I upgraded the rb tools I'm using to 0.6. However, 'rbt post' doesn't work
even when doing it in the root directory of the source code ("Error
creating review request: The repository pat
h specified is not in the list of known repositories (HTTP 400, API Error
Anyway, below is the output when doing 'rbt post' (or 'post-review') with
the debug on.
c:\trunk\applications\source>rbt post --debug
>>> RBTools 0.6
>>> Python 2.7.2 (default, Jun 12 2011, 15:08:59) [MSC v.1500 32 bit
>>> Running on Windows-7-6.1.7601-SP1
>>> Home = C:\Users\Dandy.Calaoagan\AppData\Roaming
>>> Current directory = c:\trunk\applications\source
>>> Checking for a Subversion repository...
>>> Running: svn info --non-interactive
>>> Running: diff --version
>>> repository info: Path:
https://svne1.access.uvn.com/isource/svnroot/EMU_SC_PLANE_D, Base path:
/trunk/applications/source, Supports changesets: False
>>> Running: svn propget reviewboard:url
Unable to find a Review Board server for this source code tree.
I compared this with the 'post-review' done on the root directory, and saw
there was a difference in the 'reviewboard:url' value. In the correct one,
the value of the said parameter was the root directory (c:\trunk)
On Friday, July 11, 2014 9:18:02 AM UTC+8, David Trowbridge wrote:
> Can you run with --debug and reply with the output?
> I suspect it's finding the repository correctly, but just doesn't know
> about your server (in which case adding a .reviewboardrc file to the root
> of the checkout is the correct solution).
> I also highly recommend upgrading to the latest rbtools release and
> switching from 'post-review' to 'rbt post'.
> On Wed, Jul 9, 2014 at 10:57 PM, Dandy Calaoagan <theda...@gmail.com
>> I have a setup of review board working before (Python 2.7, Slik
>> Subversion 1.6.17, Tortoise 1.6.17, RBTools 0.4.2) in my computer. I
>> recently tried setting up a new one with the following versions - Python
>> 2.7, Slik Subversion 1.8.x, Tortoise 1.8.x, and RBTools 0.4.2.
>> When doing a "post-review" in the root directory of my code, everything
>> works fine. The problem is that when doing it in the sub-folders, I get
>> a "Unable to find a Review Board server for this source code tree" message.
>> I think this is because when using SVN 1.8 version, a ".svn" folder is no
>> longer created in each sub-folders.
>> It works if I specify a server together with the "post-review" command,
>> but it's kind of a hassle knowing that it works before by simply typing
>> "post-review". I also saw a solution before indicating that a
>> ".reviewboardrc" file should be created, but for the same reason with the
>> first approach, I'm hesitant to do this.
>> Is there a way with my current setup that I'll be able to create a review
>> by going to the sub folders and only typing "post-review"?
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