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From Jimmy Halim <jhali...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Error running this command: svn --non-interactive --config-dir /tmp
Date Tue, 12 Aug 2014 23:55:18 GMT
Hi Ryan,

Thanks for your attention on this. I wrote to websvn mailing list also but
has no response yet. I have been reading through other related websvn
issues also online. Let me check again and do other workaround if
necessary.

Thanks,
Jimmy
On 12 Aug 2014 23:02, "Ryan Schmidt" <subversion-2014@ryandesign.com> wrote:

> On Aug 12, 2014, at 9:23 AM, Jimmy Halim wrote:
>
> > Those commands work fine from the server. For example:
> >
> > <list
> >    path="file:///var/rancid/svn">
> > <entry
> >    kind="dir">
> > <name>EXAMPLE</name>
> > <commit
> >    revision="6">
> > <author>rancid</author>
> > <date>2014-08-12T08:37:34.323817Z</date>
> > </commit>
> > </entry>
> > </list>
> > </lists>
>
> I meant: are there any parts of websvn, that use the svn command, that
> work? I was trying to figure out, in the absence of any message telling us
> *what* error occurred, whether the problem might be that websvn simply
> doesn't know how to find the svn executable.
>
>
> > I have the following setting on config.php to point websvn to the repo:
> > $config->addRepository('EXAMPLE', 'file:///var/rancid/svn');
> >
> > Before I added that configuration in, I am able to load the
> http://myserver/websvn page. Is there any guideline on how to properly
> link websvn with the svn repo? I am using
> http://blog.fakrul.com/post/67554663532/rancid-websvn-centos-howto
> guideline. All works fine except the last part which is pointing the svn
> repo in websvn.
>
> Sorry, it has been years since I last tried to use or configure websvn.
> This mailing list is mainly about Subversion itself, not the various
> add-ons that people have written that use it. You may have to write to the
> authors of websvn for assistance or see if they have their own mailing
> list, forum, or issue tracker.
>
>

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