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Subversion 2012 server issue

When i paste my subversion url "https://DomainName/svn/ProjectName/" in the browser , it has been changed to "https://DomainName/!/#ProjectName/". But subversion url is been working perfectly when ...
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Unable to connect to a repository at URL - Versions SVN

I have been using Tortoise SVN on a windows machine successfully and have moved to a Mac. The respository it pulls from is svn://example.com:3690 with a username and password. When I copy the above ...
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Tortoise SVN: Initial connect timeout

I have a problem when connecting Tortoise SVN to my SVN server. The first connect seems to run into a timeout (SVN hangs about 20 seconds) and the second (automatic) try works instantly. I.e. every ...
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Subversion Repository Corruption

I just had an issue where a newly created Subversion repository had around 80% of its revisions corrupted (the user received filesystem corruption and checksum mismatch errors when it eventually ...
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Connect to repo IP address A if it is up, else connect to repo IP address B (Client side) [closed]

There's an SVN repo hosted in a server behind multiple ISPs, and depending on the ISP connection, the admin of that SVN server changes the repo's IP address and announces "hey, our IP address changed. ...
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SVN server authentication on path

If I want to allow only the requests from particular path in svn server what I have to do? Which hook will be responsible for this? How we can achieve this.
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Does SVN works like this [closed]

I'm not a programmer. In our company, our devs (that work mainly with .NET) used to have Visual Source Safe. With the re-install and update of all the devs computers to Windows 7 64 bit, the question ...
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Apache alias works in browser, but does not work while trying to access via svn client

I am encountering an issue that drives me mad. I installed from scratch an ubuntu 14.04 machine, installed a LAMP stack and subversion. I created a new folder /var/www/svn and imported my various SVN ...
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migrating a tortoisesvn repository to another folder

I have a tortoise svn repository on my C: drive, I've recently installed a new hard drive and would like to migrate the repository to the D: drive. How would I go about this?
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Implementing and testing a Subversion hook

Background I'm trying to implement a number of commit hooks for Subversion. I have done a lot of research to try and get a simple test hook to work, however I have had no luck. For reference I have ...
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TortoiseSVN on Windows - checkout error “…is not a valid as filename in directory”

I have a project under SVN control. SVN and repository reside on a Linux Debian 6 server. On the server I have a working copy as well (for Apache to show the website for test purposes). The checkout ...
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Can't connect to SVN with tortoise svn

I have a server with SVN installed Lately, I installed a new router in the office (D-Link) and ever since then - I can't connect to the SVN remotely using tortoise SVN (connecting the server directly ...
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TortoiseSVN repository browser kills the apache process

After migrating the CollabNet SVN server to Windows Server 2012 (Apache/2.2.26 (Win32) - SVN/1.8.5) the TortoiseSVN repository browser (TortoiseSVN 1.7.13) kills the Apache process on the server when ...
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Is there a way to have tortisesvn use Windows 7 kerberos tickets to auth against an apache svn server?

I have putty able to use gssapi on my Windows 7 x64 clients against kerberos logins for SSH. I.e. it forwards the ticket you get when you log in to windows. I can't figure out how to get tortiseSVN to ...
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How to make sure that a file exists in my svn repository but no commits are allowed?

I have a few files that I want to exist in my svn repository but I don't want any information contained within. Developers with the file always have local changes, but their changes should not be ...
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Hide TortoiseSVN overlay icons everywhere

I have recently discovered that TortoiseSVN allows hiding overlay icons through the Right Click > TortoiseSVN > Settings > Icon Overlays But apparently if i set the status cache to None i ...
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Subversion edge on windows 7 ldap_simple_bind_s failed

I'm using TortoiseSVN to connect to my subversionedge server for source control. This has been working all along until one of our main switches got reset and changed the IP address of a few of our ...
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SVN through a port-forwarded Tunnel “Network Connection Closed Unexpectedly”

I work in an organization with (unnecessarily) stringent security requirements. Last year, we set up an SVN server on a cloud machine. The requirements for this machine dictated that the only approved ...
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How to trace SVN log for a particular file?

I am having a situation with TortoiseSVN where I am not able to trace back the file that has been move to other directory. This is the process I move and commit the file: I checkout the file locate ...
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get files back added using tortoise svn [closed]

I have added files through tortoise svn in a folder. But by mistake I deleted the folder containing the files without committing. Can I get the files and folder back. My folder was already committed ...
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Subversion upgrade concerns going from 1.6 to 1.7

Subversion 1.6's working copy metadata was stored at each directory in the whole working copy, i.e. each directory would have a ".svn" directory in it. A nice side effect of this was that I could ...
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Managing multiple svn repos from TortoiseSVN

I have created two repositories on a debian server. One svn repo, dev, will contain files and code used by engineers at the company. The other repo, doc, will contain sales docs, quotes etc that is to ...
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Subversion Edge LDAP (require CAC Certificate not Username and Password)

What I've Done: I've successfully installed and configured Subversion Edge 3.1.2 with LDAP support on a Windows 2008 server. I have configured LDAP users and am able to use LDAP credentials to work ...
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What are differences between TortoiseSVN and a full fledged SVN server? [closed]

The repository can be created using Tortoise SVN itself. So what exactly is the role of a SVN server like VisualSVN Server or any other product like Collabnet Subversion? What extra features does a ...
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SVN Checkout error on large repositories

I wonder if anyone can help me. We have recently migrated our Subversion repository from a VisualSVN Server on Windows to a subversion server on CentOS. The migration was succesfull however we are ...
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scheduledtask to update svn directory creates multiple processes

We have a fairly standard web setup, with a windows 2008 server hosting our website and the directories being under control of SVN, with tortoise SVN as the preferred provider. One of the SVN folders ...
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svn+ssh protocol very slow

I set up an SVN repository using the svn+ssh protocol, but file uploads are extremely slow. Uploading over SFTP shows that I'm capable of uploading at speeds of ~250KB/s. However, using TortoiseSVN ...
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SVN checkout returns 400 error

I'm trying to download the http://code.opencv.org/svn/opencv/trunk/ repository of all of the OpenCV source code - as specified in an OpenCV installation tutorial. In the tutorial, the repository ...
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SVN checkout returns 400 error

I'm trying to download the http://code.opencv.org/svn/opencv/trunk/ repository of all of the OpenCV source code - as specified in an OpenCV installation tutorial. In the tutorial, the repository ...
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Tortoise SVN repo-browser, checkout over VPN

I have a problem with repo-broswer and checkout with TortoiseSVN(1.7) over VPN(IPsec). For example when I want to check-out repository, all begins OK, but after few seconds(sometimes 10 files, ...
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Tortoise SVN / Subversion push updates to Windows 2008 Server

I am googling like crazy trying to find a solution for this - but not having much luck! I have TortoiseSVN and Subversion running on my local Windows XP machine. I make changes to my website and ...
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Installing TortoiseSVN for specific users on Citrix XenApp

The question here is straight-forward: how do I install TortoiseSVN on Citrix XenApp so that only specific people can see/use the program, without a 2nd group of people even seeing that the program ...
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Tortoise SVN checkout via LAN

I have recently installed Tortoise SVN on Windows and have two computers, A and B. On both machines I installed TortoiseSVN and they are connected Via LAN and I have my repository saved in computer A. ...
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TortoiseSVN Function as a remote viewer of Linux-based Repository

I'm currently trying to run TortoiseSVN as a "remote viewer" of an existing repository on a Linux RHEL server (running svnserver). This should in theory be possible, if the 'shell' interface works as ...
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VisualSVN Server giving 405 Method Not Allowed

I'm trying to commit some files to a Subversion repository hosted in VisualSVN server, it's started giving me an error message I haven't seen before: Error: Commit failed (details follow): Error: ...
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svn 503 error when commit new files

I am struggling with a strange error when I try to commit my repository. I have a V-server with webmin installed on it. Via Webmin I installed an svn module, created repositories and everything worked ...
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Are there any good online training sites/videos for learning subversion? [closed]

I am trying to learn subversion as best as possible but honestly anything I have read makes very little sense. I feel like I need a crash course in: What subversion is? How to install it. How to use ...
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SVN for Dummies (me)

I wan't to start using SVN. I've been reading about it, and installed Tortoise on my windows machine. What I need to understand though, is where to create my repository if the folder I want to ...
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“Could not connect to server” with https(works with http) address to my repository

I have set up a subversion server with Apache+Subversion on a windows 2003 server machine. I am able to check out using http, but not using https. It says it cannot connect to the server when using ...
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Move hard drive with svn repository to another computer

The system that held our main svn repository has passed on. This means I'm going to have to remove the hard drive that contained the repository to another computer. So, the question is, once the old ...
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Add folder to SVN repository without checking out or committing?

When using something like TortoiseSVN, you can use it's repo-browser to browse repositories and do stuff. One thing you can do is create directories in the repository. Normally you would have to ...
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Locking problem with SVN 64bit

We are using SubVersion to manage a big project, every one normally has to lock a file before to modify it, but on some new machine with Window 7 and SVN 64 bit also with this directive in the config ...
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rolling back svn repository , making some revision be a head revision

I want to roll back my SVN repository , I just want to tell this revision now should be a head revision . Is it possible to do so in SVN ? Thanks .
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svn Error when commiting-Access denied: 'foobar' MKACTIVITY MYREPO:

I'm currently working with Apache and SVN with ActiveDirectory Authentication. The user is using TortoiseSVN client. I should point out that I have 2 repos with same name and different mapping but ...
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Why doesn't VisualSVN enforce credentials correctly?

I have a svn repository that is managed by VisualSVN. I have created a new group and added two new users to that group. When i attach this group to an existing repository and set the rights to ...
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SVN - Error Rep Repository UUID 'XXX…' doesn't match expected 'XXX..'

Zend Framework's SVN server went down yesterday, now it's back I'm still getting an error from my external 'Zend' directory. Whenever I try to update or switch to another branch I get this error. ...
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Windows 7, 64bit TortoiseSVN-1.6.12, cannot commit

we have a Windows server running VisualSVN. A coworker recently upgraded to Windows 7, and is running TortoiseSVN-1.6.12 64-bit in Windows 7 64-bit, and can check projects out but cannot commit. He ...
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Corrupt SVN after drive full

The hard disk on our server reached maximum capacity 5 days ago. SVN did not seem to be effected, and the dev team carried on as if nothing happened. It's only now we have started getting problems ...
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Looking for Team Development type Software like SVN [closed]

I am in need of a software that is PHP-Based, or similar that can be installed on my server that offer SVN Perks. It should be somewhat similar to an SVN, however, since the server doesn't support ...
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Different SVN Server versions and Clients

We are going to migrate from CVS to SVN using Subversion 1.6. But also we have another SVN-Server using Subversion 1.2 (no chance to update). So we plan to use the newer TortoiseSVN 1.6.x Is it ...