Cannot import a subdirectory in a Subversion repository

URL: svn://devserver.com/reponame/directory

Repository Root: svn://devserver.com/reponame

When I attempt to enter the repository root portion as the SVN URL in Crucible, and "directory" as Path, I get the following error in the logs:

Caused by: com.cenqua.fisheye.config.ConfigException: Could not access  svn://devserver.com/reponame/directory/ : org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: svn: '' does not exist in revision ####

If I leave Path blank, it works just fine. However, this would import too much. Anyone understand what I'm doing wrong?

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Atlassian identified this as a bug in the SVNKit library. They're working on a fix. A workaround is to download the latest copy of SVNKit and overwrite the old libraries. This worked for me.

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