[0.6]Browse Source not working

104
Defect
Mythos
Jack
0.6.1
-
Core
Closed
Highest
Major
8 years ago
3 years ago
0

Description

Sorry for late ticket, but I geht this error: [code] Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'String could not be parsed as XML' in K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\include\svn.class.php:105 Stack trace: #0 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\include\svn.class.php(105): SimpleXMLElement->__construct('') #1 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\handlers\browsesvn.php(40): Traq_Subversion->info('') #2 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\handlers\project.php(474): include('K:\Server\Webse...') #3 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\index.php(31): include('K:\Server\Webse...') #4 {main} thrown in K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\include\svn.class.php on line 105 [/code]

Ticket History

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

Here's the error again, because the code bb code is broken:

Fatal error: Uncaught exception 'Exception' with message 'String could not be parsed as XML' in K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\include\svn.class.php:105 Stack trace: #0 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\include\svn.class.php(105): SimpleXMLElement->__construct('') #1 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\handlers\browsesvn.php(40): Traq_Subversion->info('') #2 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\handlers\project.php(474): include('K:\Server\Webse...') #3 K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\index.php(31): include('K:\Server\Webse...') #4 {main} thrown in K:\Server\Webserver\htdocs\bugtracker\include\svn.class.php on line 105

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

  • Changed Priority from High to Highest

8 years and 2 months ago by Jack

  • Changed Milestone from 2.0 to 0.6.1

Does your server have Subversion installed and accessible via the command line, and what is the URL you are trying to use to access the Subversion repository.

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

I link to an external repo ... but my server allows the php functions (localhost, can open other websites)

https://wowcrackz-mango.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wowcrackz-mango

That's the external repo @ sourceforge ... in older versions, it worked ;)

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

Doesn't work with https://wowcrackz-mango.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wowcrackz-mango/trunk/ , too... I thought it's the trunk who causes the error, but now ...

8 years and 2 months ago by Jack

  • Closed ticket as Invalid

The problem is not in Traq, but the server, or more the URL.

The URL is using the HTTPS protocol, try using the normal HTTP protocol, and it should work.

Example: [b]http://[/b]wowcrackz-mango.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wowcrackz-mango

Instead of: [b]https://[/b]wowcrackz-mango.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wowcrackz-mango

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

  • Reopened ticket as Reopened

Nope, doesn't work either ... Using: http://wowcrackz-mango.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/wowcrackz-mango/trunk

8 years and 2 months ago by Jack

What version of Subversion are you using?

I've tested the URL with version 1.5.6

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

What do you mean? I use TortoiseSVN (newest one) and don't own a server...

8 years and 2 months ago by Jack

If you open Terminal, or Command Prompt (Windows key + R, then type: cmd) on Windows, and type in: "svn --version" (without the quotes) what do you get?

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

Doesn't work, the command doesn't exist ...

8 years and 2 months ago by Mythos

  • Closed ticket as Closed

Well doesn't matter, develop on 2.0 and everything gets better :)