Ethereal-dev: Re: [Ethereal-dev] Subversion migration?

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From: Andrew Hood <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 10 Jul 2004 23:17:13 +1000
Richard Urwin wrote:
> On Saturday 10 Jul 2004 1:15 pm, Andrew Hood wrote:
>>Ulf Lamping wrote:
>>>Gerald Combs wrote:
>>>>I would like to migrate Ethereal's CVS repository to Subversion in
>>>>the near future.  Subversion has several advantages over CVS,
>>>>including folder versioning and file renames/moves.
>>>>For people currently using anonymous CVS this means that you will
>>>>have to find a Subversion client and use
>>>>instead of the current anonymous CVS repository.  A list of
>>>>Subversion clients can be found at
>>>> (A client is
>>>>available for Cygwin as well.)  You can use the URL above to test
>>>>if you'd like; it's a several-week-old copy of the CVS repository.
>>>>Unless anyone has any objectioins, I'd like to migrate to
>>>>Subversion some time next week, around Wednesday or Thursday.
>>>I tried to set up my subversion client (tortoise), but currently
>>>doesn't seem to return any data, even when try to view it with a
>>>Had a look (using Ethereal :-), the URL don't return any data, not
>>>for tortoise and not for the webbrowser either.
>>>The server just immediately closes the connection again without
>>>returning any data.
>>And here's what I get:
>>: svn co
>>subversion/libsvn_ra_dav/util.c:661: (apr_err=175002)
>>svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/ethereal/trunk'
>>subversion/libsvn_ra_dav/util.c:285: (apr_err=175002)
>>svn: PROPFIND of '/ethereal/trunk': 503 Service Unavailable
> Shot in the dark here; I haven't set it up myself yet: maybe it should
> be
> svn://
> svn: will only work with a subversion client, of course.

Nice try. No cigar.

: svn --version
svn, version 1.0.1 (r9023)
   compiled Apr 11 2004, 15:18:58
Copyright (C) 2000-2004 CollabNet.
Subversion is open source software, see

: svn co svn://
subversion/libsvn_ra_svn/client.c:150: (apr_err=110)
svn: Can't connect to host '': Connection timed out

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