Error validating location org tigris subversion javahl clientexception
Most other projects probably would have called the product "1.0" much earlier, but we deliberately decided to delay that label as long as possible. Such limitations are always documented in the release notes of our releases.We were aware that many people were waiting for a 1.0 before using Subversion, and had very specific expectations about the meaning of that label. The client and server are designed to work as long as they aren't more than one major release version apart. Our client/server interoperability policy is documented in the "Compatibility" section of the Subversion Community Guide.A year later when we declared "alpha", Subversion was already being used by dozens of private developers and shops for real work.After that, it was two more years of bugfixing and stabilization until we reached 1.0. However, if the client and server versions don't match, certain features may not be available.Based on: Installation of Subversion on Windows First, I want to install Subversion on Windows (don't blame me :-).Here is a quick manual of use of Subversion installation on Windows: You need Apache if you want to be able to access to your SVN repository throw Web DAV protocol.
Q: Ok, but if I want to use Subclipse with svnserve using svn: over the Internet, I certainly have to configure Subversion to use port 80 or 443 I guess (other ports will be blocked by some firewalls on the other side). A: In general, firewalls block incomming request and not outcomming ones. Right click and choose New | Repository Location... Note that in Windows explorer, you won't be able to find the repository easily in Tortoise unless you change into the repo directory itself. Expand the repository, and the trunk, right-click and then add your base directory for your project (in my case c:\roger_big\ql14, which contained code, html files, access databases). |X| - - - or link a dos Admin-Icon on your desktop and give it those properties.
Hi Stphane, If you get 403 you probably have access right problems. Maybe the user that Apache runs as, can't access that directory ? -----Original Message----- From: Stphane Mangeot [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Friday, March 31, 2006 PM To: [email protected]: Can't access the repository by file:, svn:, ...
Regardinf the try with file://, as far as I know, javahl does not support the file:// format. Hi all, I'm new to Subversion and first want to make a test on a local computer to access the repository via http.
Here is a detailed list of what I do : * in * uncomment the line : Load Module dav_module modules/mod_* add the line Load Module dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_* set the servername to my Computer Domain Name.fr:80 (i've try with localhost and localhost:80 too) * Add those lines after the commented "Location" lines : * with * svnadmin create c:\Subversion Repositories\rep1 that's works, i've all subversion files in my directory.
Then I think I've initialized an empty repository and I can now access it.
SVN: select SVNKit (Pure Java) instead Java HL(JNI) and i got the message: "Error validating location: 'org.apache.subversion.javahl.