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RE: the simplest possible question

From: Jason Malinowski <jason_at_jason-m.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2009 23:18:23 -0700

> The repository is at
> c:\svn_repository\repos and has a tree in it called tape_tracking that
> contains my files in its trunk.

How did you get this in there? Accessing through a file:// URL? What happens
if you just do something like:

svn ls svn://lifeware

Since you said you have svnserve running. Alternately just try going to
http://lifeware in your web browser. How did you install the server by the

Note it really helps to say what "doesn't work." Does it give some error
message? Does it start to smoke and short out?

Jason Malinowski

> -----Original Message-----
> From: KEITH GUNN [mailto:keithgunn_at_mehermail.com]
> Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2009 6:29 PM
> To: users_at_subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: the simplest possible question
> Hi, good Samaritans,
> I'm new to subversion, but I have a server and a subversion instance
> set up on one of my windows vista machines (named lifeware), and a
> client on another, connected via the usual network hardware, and able
> to see each other through various network protocols. I also have both
> Apache and synserve set up on the server., the machine that holds the
> repository (mistake, but I leapt before I looked). The server is
> showing that it has running Apache and synserve services.
> From the command line on the client, I try to access the server,
> unsuccessfully. But, from the command line on the server machine, I
> can access the subversion repository just fine. The repository is at
> c:\svn_repository\repos and has a tree in it called tape_tracking that
> contains my files in its trunk.
> When apache was set up, it announced that the repository path was
> c:\svn_repository and it was listening on localhost:80. synserve may
> have announced a port of 3690 -- something did but I may have been
> going too fast.
> When I try to execute svn ls on the client, I use a url that it doesn't
> //lifeware/repos, or //lifeware:80/repos or http://lifeware.repos
> doesn't work, and neither does any obvious variation with more stuff
> after repos.
> Any idea how to invoke my subversion repository from my client
> machine? I feel quite close to the answer, but not.
> Thanks,
> Keith
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