The only thing left for me to use the SVN instead of the WinAceUpdater is Octravi's castingbar ace'd 2 cause its in branches and cant be downloaded thrue the program.
Maybe we can get a trunk verion of this? i have used it for a long time now and cant see any bugs, the only thing i can complain about is that you cant see the bar when its unlocked without casting a bar, but casting hearthstone make you have 10 sec to choose a position so no biggie :)
I may have missed something about this, but is it intended that branch-revisions are zipped and put in wowace.com/files? I understand that some want to have the latest of the latest changes, but this somehow breaks the intent of a trunk/branches structure, especially when programs like WinAceUpdater (loving it) just grab the latest zip regardless of trunk / branch.
If zipped branches are not normal, then I have either made a mistake while committing / branching / switching for Buffalo (the content of svn.wowace.com doesn't indicate that, right versions in trunk and branch) or something's broken. Maybe it's related to WinAceUpdater refusing to download Buffalo and the wiki not pulling TOC data about it.
EDIT: I think I have figured it out. When I started work on Buffalo, I created a directory in /branches for it. When I was done with the first features and I thought it was ready for publishing, I chose the option "branch/tag" of Tortoise and "branched" Buffalo into trunk. I didn't know this, but obviously the SVN doesn't zip a newly branched directory. And since I didn't change anything in the trunk version, there was no zip for the trunk at all, only for the branch revisions. If fixed it now by deleting the trunk/Buffalo folder and recommitting directly to trunk.
Hey, all. I'm attempting to do an initial checkout of FuBar_OutfitterFu, and I'm having a problem with its externals. It looks like somehow, when checking out externals, the client is referencing the dev.wowace.com instead of svn.wowace.com. I'm not sure how, since my SVN URL for this addon begins with svn.wowace.com. I'm not overly familiar with SVN (still an SCCS/RCS guy stuck in the 90's - blush) but I did a text-search of all files that were successfully checked out, and "dev" does not appear in any of them. I'm not sure what other diagnostics to perform.
Particulars of my SVN client setup and this addon's checkout are:
Client: TortoiseSVN 1.4.0, Build 7721 - 32 Bit -dev, 2006/10/06 19:15:45
SVN URL: [url]http://svn.wowace.com/wowace/trunk/FuBar_OutfitterFu/[/url]
Access Type: Initial checkout, HEAD revision, externals included
New checkout directory (previously unpopulated)
When I start the checkout, the addon itself appears to be retrieved. But when it hits the first external (AceAddon-2.0), An authentication popup appears, asking me for the username / password of the dev.wowace.com repo - as in the following:
<[url]http://dev.wowace.com:80>[/url] Subversion repository
Requests a username and a password
When I abort the authentication, the checkout abends. The log dialogue is as follows:
Added: M:\World of Warcraft\Checkouts\ACE\FuBar_OutfitterFu\OutfitterFu.lua
Added: M:\World of Warcraft\Checkouts\ACE\FuBar_OutfitterFu\FuBar_OutfitterFu.toc
Added: M:\World of Warcraft\Checkouts\ACE\FuBar_OutfitterFu\lib
Added: M:\World of Warcraft\Checkouts\ACE\FuBar_OutfitterFu\OutfitterFuLocale-enUS.lua
Added: M:\World of Warcraft\Checkouts\ACE\FuBar_OutfitterFu\README.txt
External: M:\World of Warcraft\Checkouts\ACE\FuBar_OutfitterFu\lib\AceAddon-2.0
Error: PROPFIND request failed on '/wowace/trunk/Ace2/AceAddon-2.0'
Error: PROPFIND of '/wowace/trunk/Ace2/AceAddon-2.0': authorization failed ([url]http://dev.wowace.com[/url])
I'm not sure if this is an SVN repo config problem, a problem with how the externals were referenced within the addon (doubtful?) (or perhaps the embedded library (I can't tell, can't see it), or a problem with my SVN client's behaviour. I DO know that it isn't reproducible with a random attempt at another addon which references AceAddon-2.0. E.g. FuBar_AnkhTimerFu successfully completes an initial checkout.