mark.cooke at siemens
Mar 22, 2012, 12:24 AM
Post #3 of 4
> From: trac-users [at] googlegroups On Behalf Of Limited_Atonement
> Sent: 21 March 2012 20:04
> To: Trac Users
> Subject: [Trac] Unable to browse repository
> Was declined as an installation issue. I'm not so sure, but I'll talk
> to you all for a while and see if we can tell what's up.
That is the accepted process, discuss here and only create a ticket if the concensus is "bug"...
> I won't bother rewriting here, so please let me know if you would like
> a copy of the ticket description sent to your e-mail if you can't
> follow links or something like that.
Hmm, that's unlilkely to win you any friends, even if you were peeved your ticket had been closed ("what, cut-and-paste too much effort for you, why should I be bothered"?)
So, anyway, here is your description:
> I recently moved my Trac installation to a new server and I'm seeing
> some very strange behaviour. My setup:
> * Windows Server 2008 R2 Datacenter SP 1
> * Trac 0.12.3
> * Svn server running 1.7.4
> * Python 2.7
> * Python bindings from Alagazam.net
How are you serving trac / svn? Apache or tracd / svnserve?
> I have tested the python bindings using instructions I found on
> TracSubversion :
> >>> from svn import core
> >>> (core.SVN_VER_MAJOR, core.SVN_VER_MINOR, core.SVN_VER_MICRO, core.SVN_VER_PATCH)
> >>> (1, 7, 4, 4)
> As expected.
> I'm able to add the repository and trac-admin . repository resync
> it with no errors. I can also changeset add and changeset modified
> with success. Some excerpts from the log file are
As F [at] l already mentioned, this is likely a path issue. How are you running apache / tracd? As an interactive user or as a service? As what user? What is their environment (esp. `path`) set to?
> I'm unable to browse the repository (the "Browse Source" link
> doesn't appear).
Obvious (probably unrelated) questions:-
1) have you checked your trac permissions?
2) do you use / have you checked your svn path-based permissions
> I'm using the CommitTicketReferenceMacro? plugin, and when I visit
> a ticket that has a referenced revision (using CommitTicketUpdater),
> the page says
> Unsupported version control system "svn": DLL load failed: The specified module could not be found.
> At this point, I cannot see the ticket contents. I get an updating
> e-mail showing me that the comment from the svn commit was recorded,
> and the ticket got an appropriate comment from CommitTicketUpdater.
> I've had problems with the bindings before on a different server, so
> I feel quite familiar with the requirements and the Trac documentation
> on the subject, and I can't think of anything more to do to diagnose
> or alleviate these issues.
> The issues are also confusing in that Trac seems to be doing alright
> with subversion up to a point.
Check your serving user's path (and permissions! Server 2008 is likely much more restrictive by default than older windoze versions) and come back...
~ mark c
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