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Re: [Arx-users] Error trying to pull ArX 2.0

From: Walter Landry
Subject: Re: [Arx-users] Error trying to pull ArX 2.0
Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2004 00:32:29 -0400 (EDT)

Kevin Smith <address@hidden> wrote:
> Greetings,
> I have been studying distributed version control systems for almost a 
> year, but am just now experimenting with ArX. The improvements described 
> in the 2.0 version looked good enough to pull me in.
> I'm using gentoo x86. I downloaded ArX 1.0.20, and built it. My goal is 
> really to bypass 1.0.20 and start learning 2.0, so I immediately tried 
> to grab the 2.0 sources. I successfully registered what I think is the 
> correct archive:
> $ arx archives
> address@hidden
> But when I give the "get" command, I get oodles of errors. It does 
> create some patch directories in the current directory where I gave the 
> command:
> $ arx get address@hidden/dists--arx--1.0 arx
> ...
> (missed much output similar to below)
> ...
> PROPFIND:1965: parser warning : xmlns:i0: 'DAV:' is not a valid URI
> sponse xmlns:lp0="DAV:" xmlns:lp1=""; 
> xmlns:i0="DAV:" 
>                        ^PROPFIND:1983: parser warning : xmlns:lp0: 
> 'DAV:' is not a valid URI
> <D:response xmlns:lp0="DAV:" xmlns:lp1=""; 
> xmlns:i0="
> (Ctrl-C after waiting several minutes, with periodic output as above)

Unfortunately, this is entirely normal.  There is a problem with the
interaction between WebDAV and gnome-vfs.  If you're really interested
in it, you can read

ArX is just taking a long time.  If you pipe the stderr to /dev/null
(e.g. 2> /dev/null) and use the --report option, you should see visible
signs of progress.

I should put this in a FAQ somewhere, or on the front page.


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