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Pre-revprop-change shows no user

From: Roland Cruse <roland.cruse_at_vrs-soft.com>
Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 14:15:19 +0200


My head is spinning. Can someone help out? Please.

Trying to "init" a webdev dav slave repo which is set to version 0. Both slave and master are accessible via their urls.

I call this from the master:
svnsync init --sync-username svnsync --sync-password svnsync http://svn-slave.1/foo-proxy-sync file:///home/svnsync/repos/foo_master

Which gives the: "Revprop change blocked by pre-revprop-change hook " error

The pre-revprop-change hook, on the slave, checks for the correct user and, for debugging, echos out all the variables handed to pre-revprop-change EXCEPT "user". Since "user" must at least be there to check if it is allowed or not I am stuck.

Any ideas?
Thanks so much.

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