Just recently when trying to 'get latest versions' I get the following error in DW:
SVN: #0, Path 'https://xxxxx.svn.beanstalkapp.com:443/xxx-xxx' is not canonicalized; there is a problem with the client.
File activity complete.
It seems that DW doesn't support Subversion 1.7. Is this the reason? Is there a way to have it working again?
Dreamweaver CS6 uses Subversion 1.6.9.
Some users have reported that they can avoid this error by removing the port number from the URL in Dreamweaver.
Well, then that should definitely be working.
When did it last work correctly?
What version of Dreamweaver are you using?
Mac OS or Windows?
I am assuming that you are entering (something similar to) the following into Dreamweaver:
Server Address: xxxxx.svn.beanstalkapp.com
Repository Path: xxx-xxx
Server Port: 443 (default)
Username: <your user name>
Password: <your password>
When you click the Test button, does it say the server and project are accessible?
It stopped working about a week ago. I'm using CS5.5 and have updated it online.
And yes, entered exactly as you describe into DW. When I click the Test buttons it says the server and project are accessible.
But when I try to 'Get latest versions' I get the error.
In trying to resolve this I binned my local folder and the site settings in DW and started the process from scratch. Test still works but I still get the error above.
Yes, we've also moved to using a third party solution - Tortoise. It's all working very nicely now I am a little irritated that I wasted money on the latest of version of DW in order to benefit from the integrated Subversion when I could have happily continued with my old version.
We use UberSVN and all developers here where using either Dreamweaver or Sublime Text. SNV was working just fine until we upgraded to CS6. Now everyone that uses DW will get errors when trying to commit to the SVN. I don't know what has changed between CS6 and CS5 but we do know that this is exactly when the problems occured. Looks like we are all either rolling back to CS5 or switching to Sublime Text.
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