Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="----=_NextPart_23089220114568163011533" ------=_NextPart_23089220114568163011533 Content-type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII David, Sorry for the slow reply - getting codestriker to work is a lower priority than my other duties. Any help is appreciated. Attached is a zip file of some codestriker screenshots and my current "codestriker.conf" and "codestriker.conf.cgi file". As for authorization, all our repositories have access control via apache2 and WebDAV/DeltaV (mod_dav_svn) protocol. We can not use codestriker if our security must be compromised. Here is an example of my problem: 1. Using viewcvs (see view-cvs-diff-152-log.png, rev152-log.png and build-prt.sh.png), I found a change to the build_rpt.sh (rev 152) 2. I created a diff file (see svn-diff1.png) using "svn diff -r151:152 > diff.txt 3. I then edited the file (see svn-diff2.png) and used it to create my new topic. 4. I created a new topic (see new-topic.png) using the edited diff.txt file. 5. I submitted the topic (see topic-created.png) and opened it (see topic-text.png) 6. I then clicked on the parallel link (see parallel-view.png) and not all of the file is displayed. 7. The apache2 error log displays (error_log.png) an error, provided I clear the browser cache. The access log (see access-log.png) seems fine. 8. I can take the error message svn command, cut it, paste it, and execute it and then svn command processes correctly; however the "svn: Can't write to stream: Bad File descriptor" is suspicious. What is causing this? I am looking into it. Steven Kuhlmann SimDesk SCM/Build Engineer 713.895.3707 (direct) 713.690.6016 ext. 385 -----Original Message----- >From: David Sitsky >To: Steven Kuhlmann >CC: >Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 5:55:00 PM >Subject: Re: [Codestriker-user] Full file view problems with Subversion Hi Steven, Firstly, the viewcvs repository type can only be used with CVS repositories. You need to define repository objects just like what you had below. svn:http://[hostname]/svn/repos/[db-name];codestriker;password Can you reply with your exact codestriker.conf file and some example diff topic texts you have tried to upload into Codestriker? I'll be able to help you more once I have some specific examples. It may be also worth checking the error log file from Apache to see if there is something there. I also wonder if it is an authorisation problem. Can you configure a subversion repository which doesn't require authorisation to see if that works? -- Cheers, David ------------------------------------------------------- The SF.Net email is sponsored by: Beat the post-holiday blues Get a FREE limited edition SourceForge.net t-shirt from ThinkGeek. It's fun and FREE -- well, almost....http://www.thinkgeek.com/sfshirt _______________________________________________ Codestriker-user mailing list Codestriker-user@lists.sourceforge.net https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/codestriker-user ------=_NextPart_23089220114568163011533 Content-Type: text/html; charset=US-ASCII David,

Sorry for the slow reply - getting codestriker to work is a lower priority than my other duties. Any help is appreciated.

Attached is a zip file of some codestriker screenshots and my current "codestriker.conf" and "codestriker.conf.cgi file". As for authorization, all our repositories have access control via apache2 and WebDAV/DeltaV (mod_dav_svn) protocol. We can not use codestriker if our security must be compromised.

Here is an example of my problem:

1. Using viewcvs (see view-cvs-diff-152-log.png, rev152-log.png and build-prt.sh.png), I found a change to the build_rpt.sh (rev 152)
2. I created a diff file (see svn-diff1.png) using "svn diff -r151:152 > diff.txt
3. I then edited the file (see svn-diff2.png) and used it to create my new topic.
4. I created a new topic (see new-topic.png) using the edited diff.txt file.
5. I submitted the topic (see topic-created.png) and opened it (see topic-text.png)
6. I then clicked on the parallel link (see parallel-view.png) and not all of the file is displayed.
7. The apache2 error log displays (error_log.png) an error, provided I clear the browser cache. The access log (see access-log.png) seems fine.
8. I can take the error message svn command, cut it, paste it, and execute it and then svn command processes correctly; however the "svn: Can't write to stream: Bad File descriptor" is suspicious. What is causing this? I am looking into it.

Steven Kuhlmann
SimDesk
SCM/Build Engineer
713.895.3707 (direct)
713.690.6016 ext. 385

-----Original Message-----
>From: David Sitsky<sits@users.sourceforge.net>
>To: Steven Kuhlmann<skuhlmann@simdesk.com>
>CC: <codestriker-user@lists.sourceforge.net>
>Sent: Tuesday, January 04, 2005 5:55:00 PM
>Subject: Re: [Codestriker-user] Full file view problems with Subversion

Hi Steven,

Firstly, the viewcvs repository type can only be used with CVS
repositories.

You need to define repository objects just like what you had below.

svn:http://[hostname]/svn/repos/[db-name];codestriker;password

Can you reply with your exact codestriker.conf file and some example diff
topic texts you have tried to upload into Codestriker? I'll be able to
help you more once I have some specific examples.

It may be also worth checking the error log file from Apache to see if
there is something there.

I also wonder if it is an authorisation problem. Can you configure a
subversion repository which doesn't require authorisation to see if that
works?

--
Cheers,
David

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