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Re: 1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN

Author steveking
Full name Stefan Küng
Date 2010-05-22 00:20:08 PDT
Message On 22.05.2010 06:32, Michael Smith wrote:
> A few more observations:
>
> Working:
> Viewing the log.
> Right clicking files in the log and choosing "Save revision to..."
> Right clicking files in the log and choosing "Open".
>
> Not Working:
> Compare with previous revision (in the log). (Shows no changes. No
> error.)

Thanks for the info.
I did some testing myself and found that the problem is with the serf
library. svn 1.7 uses serf instead of neon as the default lib.
You can set this back to neon in the servers config file:
Settings->Network->Edit
then add the line at the bottom of the file
http-library = neon
then save the file. This will fix the problems you have with Codeplex.

Stefan

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1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN quiqsilver Michael Smith 2010-05-21 08:49:27 PDT
     Re: 1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN steveking Stefan Küng 2010-05-21 13:29:15 PDT
         Re: 1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN quiqsilver Michael Smith 2010-05-21 21:11:32 PDT
     Re: 1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN quiqsilver Michael Smith 2010-05-21 21:32:22 PDT
         Re: 1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN steveking Stefan Küng 2010-05-22 00:20:08 PDT
             Re: 1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN quiqsilver Michael Smith 2010-05-22 10:53:54 PDT
                 Re: 1.7 does not work with Codeplex SVN steveking Stefan Küng 2010-05-22 22:49:54 PDT
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