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I've found svn works without complaint under NTFS Compression. My repositories were somewhere around 15% smaller on-disk after enabling compression. while it doesn't provide as much potential storage savings as deduplication, it does have the advantage of working reliably and with significantly less time expense than hacking around the dedup ...


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Looks to me like the commons-discovery:axis:jar has either been moved or that's not the correct GAV. I see this: <dependency> <groupId>axis</groupId> <artifactId>axis</artifactId> <version>(PUT YOUR VERSION HERE)</version> </dependency> And this: <dependency> ...


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The directive is probably superfluous since websvn has its own file where things are put into place. On my machine (Ubuntu 12.04) it's this file /etc/websvn/apache.conf The contents probably need some editing. It looks like this: # Configuration for websvn using php4. Alias /websvn /usr/share/websvn <Directory /usr/share/websvn> ## No ...


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I had an issue with e175002 200 OK. But I read that the path on the error message was talking about a wrong server, so the URL of my trunk was not the good one (http://localhost:80/path/to/my/trunk/) … wait ! LOCALHOST ?! ... And now I realize that it's because on my first rev my settings sent my project files to my repo locally … So on your first rev make ...



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