[rspec-users] Checking out Rspec

Jay Levitt lists-rspec at shopwatch.org
Thu Sep 13 10:21:02 EDT 2007

On 9/13/2007 9:43 AM, Bret Pettichord wrote:
> On 9/12/07, *Scott Taylor* <mailing_lists at railsnewbie.com 
> <mailto:mailing_lists at railsnewbie.com>> wrote:
>     I have been having connection problems with rspec's rubyforge
>     repository for a long time.  I'm running my own mirror if you want
>     the subversion link (although the revision numbers are a little bit
>     off).
>     Generally, though, if you are having problems with this sort of thing
>     on rubyforge, you should try contacting them directly (Rubyforge has
>     it's own tracker).  They would know more about this stuff than the
>     rspec project admins.
> Thanks for your help. I have several projects hosted at Rubyforge (and 
> have contacted Tom for help on many occassions) but my first impression 
> was that this particular error was not a connection problem, but rather 
> something specific about the way the code was checked in. Apparently 
> others are not having this problem, so my next guess is that this is 
> something specific to Subclipse. I will install TortoisseSVN next and 
> see what happens with that. I would appreciate it if you could send me a 
> link to your SVN mirror.

Hmm, I just checked out RSpec on Subclipse last week w/no problems. 
What platform are you on, which SVN adapter, etc.?  I was using Mac OS X 
10.4.10, Eclipse 3.3, Subclipse 1.2.4, SVNKit.

> If, however, there was something specific about the error message that 
> made you think it really was a connection, let me know and I'll talk to 
> Tom about it. I ran into the same problem with the same file in three 
> different attempts to checkout or update.
> Bret
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