For Cent OS and RHEL there are excellent pre-built binaries including dependencies available from the RPMForge. Note: This tutorial was written to assist a user getting started with Rapid SVN.
It was not written to assist an administrator starting from the beginning.
But when performing SVN operations afterwards, the error message thrown is typically: Error: Error while updating filelist ('/.svn/entries' no such file or directory) Unfortunately the file really exists but its relative path prevents Rapidsvn from retrieving it (I don't know from which current directory it operates but it seems this is not the one from which the application was started).
The solution is to edit bookmarks and change relative paths into absolute ones. Last modified: Tue Jul 4 2017; Machine Name: beach Debian Bug tracking system Debbugs is free software and licensed under the terms of the GNU Public License version 2.
Thanks Ryan for responding and explain the mismatch.
projects referenced using error messages when you try to commit them!
This message show up if your are trying to use Subversion 1.7 client with a Subversion 1.6 or Subversion 1.5 working copy.
Package: rapidsvn Version: 0.9.6-1 Severity: important *** Please type your report below this line *** When doing a project checkout or when adding an existing working copy to bookmarks, if you type a local target directory with a path relative to your home's directory instead of using the builtin file browser, rapidsvn won't then be able to get SVN information from '.svn' directories.
Note that data is actually retrieved from the SVN server and/or the bookmark added with the project file tree correctly displayed.