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Re: 1st checkout of my life => network connection closed unexpectedly

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2011a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Fri, 11 Nov 2011 08:29:39 -0600

On Nov 11, 2011, at 07:10, olivier SAINT-EVE wrote:

> I obtained a partial success : after having detected a typing error in a conf directory file (it is not passwd but the other, I don't remember its name), I succeeded in accessing locally;

So "svn co $URL" from the other computer in the house now works? And "telnet synology-nas-ip 3690" now shows different information (the svnserve handshake)? Good.

> but what interest me is to join my repo from outside my house;

That should just be a matter of setting up port forwarding correctly on your router and opening port 3690 in the firewalls.

> the iphone client I installed runs, it does the checkout without problem, but the file (a java file) I put in my project is not downloaded...
> I didn(t forgotten to do a commit.
> in my project I have my java file and a ".svn" directory or file.
> the iphone client asks me the parameter "revision", it suggests "HEAD"; I tried it and "0" (zero) but if the checkout is a success, no file is present in the code viewer, ie in the project.

If you "svn ls $URL" does it show the file?

If you "svn info $URL" what revision does it show? If 0, there's nothing in the repository; you've never successfully committed to it.

...where $URL is svn://synology-nas-ip/ or svn://synology-nas-ip/svn_eclipse or svn://synology-nas-ip/svn_eclipse/SMS or whatever your repository address is.
Received on 2011-11-11 15:30:46 CET

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