svn repository does not exist
command run from the windows client side is:
svn checkout http://10.240.0.100/blah
svn: E170000: URL 'http://10.240.0.100/blah' doesn't exist
Attached is the server output after the command above
Note: the repository blah is shown in the interface as a repository with no folder structure and is shown on the server side with general svn structure.
Also Note: the repository is a svn repository but shows in the logs that "No git repository was found"
Updated by Marcin Kuzminski [CTO] about 5 years ago
We have investigated this issue and found that latest changes in SVN protocol 1.9 can break our system.
Currently we tested RhodeCode with SVN 1.7 and 1.8. and those two version are officially supported. We however spent some time to investigate the new protocol, and i think we made a patch to support 1.9 version.
Could it be possible to test it with your clients ?