[Shipwright] SVN backend

Jesse Vincent jesse at bestpractical.com
Fri Jun 13 15:18:14 EDT 2008

On Jun 6, 2008, at 8:40 PM, David Good wrote:

> I'm just trying out Shipwright and would like to use it with an SVN
> backend (I'd like to learn SVK, but one thing at a time...).  I keep
> getting "invalid repository" messages when trying to do a 'shipwright
> create' and dug into some debugging and found that it uses the 'svn
> info' command to tell if the repo is valid or not, but (at least the  
> svn
> version I have -- 1.1.4) requires a working directory rather than a  
> URLs
> (I see the message "svn: 'svn info' only works on working copy paths,
> not URLs" when debugging).
> Am I doing something wrong or is this a bug?

It's worth getting the current version of Shipwright from  
code.bestpractical.com. (It's also worth noting that SVN 1.1.x is  
ancient and that we're targeting "something released in the last  
couple years" which usually works out to be 1.4.x)


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