It would seem that Versions isn't handling the port number correctly. That's a good bug to turn up, hope it gets fixed. :-)

I'm guess you already know that you can do a checkout from the command- line, then browse to the checked-out directory when setting up a Working Copy bookmark. In my experience, this automatically creates the corresponding Repository bookmark. Does this work for you with the custom port number?

 - Quinn

On May 7, 2009, at 3:42 PM, Daniel James wrote:

I've just set up a repository on Windows Server 2003.  I've
sucessfully connected to the repo from the command line on my mac:

svn list

However using the same url in the 'Location' field when creating a new
repository bookmark will return this:

PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/repo'
PROPFIND of '/svn/repo': authorization failed (http://

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