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Possible bug, unless someone knows what's wrong

From: Joseph Woodruff <guamazoz_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 31 Jul 2008 09:34:20 -0600

Here's my setup:


CentOS 4, with all current updates

SVN 1.4.6 r28521

Apr 0.9.4-24.5.c4.2




Windows client:

TortoiseSVN 1.4.8 build 12137

Apr 0.9.12


Centos doesn't come with native support for Subversion higher than 1.1.4, so
I am using the Dag Weirs rpm package (rpmforge.net) for CentOS. It didn't
update the apr package, so I wonder if this issue might be related to that.


Either way, I am using TortoiseSVN on a windows machine to import a project.
It starts showing that it's adding files, but when it hits "config.ini", it
fails. The file is a simple text file. I've tried putting another config.ini
file somewhere else in the tree, and it fails too. So, anywhere there is a
config.ini, it will fail.


I've run it multiple times through an https:// connection, and it's failed
every time with a 404 File not found error on that file:


Error: PUT of
ig.ini': 404 Not Found (https://www.mydomain.org)


To test things out, I also used the file:/// <file:///\\> connection on the
server itself (where the repo is, and where I put the test file). It
actually reported that the import succeeded. I went to look at the repo in
the web browser - and the file showed. I also ran "svn ls" and it showed the
file. But, when I checked out the repo, it didn't give me the file. Also,
when I clicked on the file in the web browser, it told me file not found.
So, using file:/// <file:///\\> almost got the file imported.


The same thing is happening with another file too: post_recrypt.php. Not
sure why svn does not like this file name, and config.ini.


Any thoughts? Should I update apr? One problem is that CentOS will only give
me an update to 0.9.4-24.9 - not a huge jump, and not up to 0.9.12. I don't
want to have to compile it, because I've read that centos 4 doesn't support
the newer version. I can't update the server, because it's a virtual private
server we are renting, and can't change the OS like that.


Received on 2008-07-31 21:49:44 CEST

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