On Fri, 29 May 2009, Greg Larkin wrote:

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Pieter Donche wrote:
> Recently upgraded 7.0->7.2
> a user tells that he gets, using websvn
>  Error running this command: svn --config-dir /tmp --version
>    svn: not found
> anyone a similar experience?
> _______________________________________________
I haven't run into that problem yet, but here are some questions to help
troubleshoot it:

- - Dumb question alert :-) I assume that websvn and svn were installed
from ports on the 7.0 system?
svn from ports, websvn from tarball (used by 1 user) in his public_html
directory.

- - On the upgraded system, what is the output of "pkg_info | grep -i
websvn" and "pkg_info | grep -i subversion"?
$ pkg_info | grep -i subversion
subversion-1.6.2    Version control system
websvn is the very latest version 2.2.1

- - Has the websvn config file been edited to point to the svn executable?
   Specifically, you may need to add this line:
        $config->setSVNCommandPath("/usr/local/bin/");
as I understood from my yser, nothing of that was previously set
(SVNCommandPath, diff, tar, gzip etc... )
Setting it makes indeed svn to be found, but then I wonder why it worked before 7.2?
(phpinfo shows that PHP environment PATH (as well as Apache PATH) are
/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin
(can't remember if it was somehting different before 7.2, but our
/usr/local/etc/php.ini hasn't changed for months..)
(the example lines commented out)

Hope that helps, and post the answers to those questions back here.

Cheers,
Greg
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