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After running into some difficulty in getting Xcode (working with Xcode 5.0.1) to link up with repos in my git app, I decided to try svn. Everything seems to be set up correctly (ie. connecting via http works). The initial import works fine (have tried with both cmd line and within Xcode), however, after that, a new commit in Xcode doesn't seem to actually do anything. Rather, after committing, checking out the repo does not show any of the updates.

Does anyone have any experience with this? I keep hoping to find some updated info on Xcode 5 and/or subversion as a webfaction app that will point to this, but no luck so far. My suspicion is that it is an issue with http access, but I could not get ssh or svn+ssh to work in Xcode.

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asked 31 Oct '13, 02:24

HumanDAQ
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I think this might be caused by running your svn repo on a URL sub-path instead of at the root URL path.

Try running your repo on a separate site with its own subdomain, ie svn.username.webfactional.com, and let us know if that helps.

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answered 31 Oct '13, 13:57

seanf
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I have a similar problem. My XCode 5 is not showing any svn working copy updates or statuses.

Check whether your svn server host is still an OSX server or has it been upgrade to a free version of Mavericks which is a desktop version. Mavericks server upgrade comes @ $20.

Once the OS X host upgrades to free Mavericks desktop version most of the svn server functionality is lost. You may want to revert your OS X Mavericks or upgrade to the paid version of Mavericks server.

Please refer to XCode Continuous Integration Guide @ https://developer.apple.com/library/ios/documentation/IDEs/Conceptual/xcode_guide-continuous_integration/000-About_Continuous_Integration/about_continuous_integration.html

I hope I got the right info for you.

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answered 05 Jan '14, 23:30

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