on 07/30/2011 09:00 AM Erik Huelsmann said the following:
> Hi Manuel,
> On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 12:16 PM, Manuel Lemos <mlemos_at_acm.org
> <mailto:mlemos_at_acm.org>> wrote:
> I am writing a small SubVersion client library independent of the
> svn client command.
> My library works well but for some reason it does not work with a
> certain SSL server that is not under my control. It returns error
> 400. I assume I am sending some malformed commands.
> On the other hand the svn client command works well. I tried to use
> strace to see what svn does different but since it is all in SSL I
> cannot see the HTTP requests and responses in the strace output
> because it is all encrypted.
> Is there a way to log the svn client HTTP traffic to a file so I can
> examine and compare the requests being sent and responses being
> Are you not using the libsvn_* libraries? libsvn_client is specifically
> meant to build Subversion clients other than the standard command line
> client: Subclipse, AnkhSVN, TortoiseSVN and others are all based on it.
> When using those libraries, you don't have to be worried to "emulate"
> the protocol correctly. Basically, you can build your own client on the
> vast experience of the Subversion developers. The other libraries allow
> you to interact as a Subversion client on different levels in the stack,
> libsvn_ra for example will allow you to interact with a Subversion
> server without having a local working copy.
> The above is not only directed at you, btw, it's a message to everybody
> who is planning to write a Subversion client.
Sorry, I did not mention that I am writing a pure PHP client that needs
to run on an environment on which the svn program is not available, nor
any SubVersion PHP extensions are available. So using anything based on
libsvn is not an option for me unfortunately.
Anyway, I tried to hack SubVersion program code to insert some debug
code to output the HTTP dialog but I got lost and could not figure where
exactly the HTTP requests and responses are sent.
Anybody, knows where exactly is the code that sends and receives HTTP
requests so I can hack it to just add some debug output in my svn
command copy in order to see the HTTP dialog?
Received on 2011-07-31 00:36:17 CEST