I've installed Krugle Basic.
When I setup the SVN repository and specify the host like this: svn.company.com and then setup the project and do not specify the ROOT PATH (because we do not have root path), then I get the following error:
svn: Error while dispatching event: String index out of range: -1
I assume its because the project url looks like this:
NB! Note the double slashes ( // ) in between the project url (just before the path "client1").
Also, when I specify the project path so that at the end it contains the / character, like this:
then i get the following error:
svn: Error while dispatching event: String index out of range: -2
Deriving from the above reasons It seems there is a bug because of the slashes.
Right now I cannot import any of our projects into the krugle from our company svn because of the above errors.
PS. Also, do I have an option to log into the VM server that I installed locally on top of VMWare, with the username and password that it ask from the command line?
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We currently don't allow Shell Access into Krugle Enterprise. You don't need to specify a root path but should specify a folder. Then when you set up your Project you can dive deeper into that folder.
In most cased you can make trunk you root path and then use your branches as your project paths.
In our case we have SVN://svn.companyname.com/something/
We then use the following in our projects: /components/branch/g64
If you want to be able to crawl a specific path without having to add the SCM as a root but add full paths as directory, this can be done with our SCMI for SVN. Please let me know if you have any additional comments or questions.
Krugle Basic Support Team.