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Re: Remote Access via TortoiseSVN

From: Moretti, Giovanni <G.Moretti_at_massey.ac.nz>
Date: 2006-11-07 03:00:04 CET

> From: A. Alfred Ayache [mailto:alfred@lastbyte.ca]

> Will svn:// look up DNS?
> Can I create a DNS record that maps to my IP address?

Hi Alfred, not sure whether TSVN/SVN will do a DNS lookup but if not,
something you could instead is to add your server's name and IP number
to the HOSTS file on the client PC.

For WinXP (and I think Win2K is the same) the hosts file is at:

  c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts

and is used to do a local lookup before DNS queries.

The format of the file (it's just a text file even though the .txt
is missing) is:

#------------------------------------------------------------------
# A line starts with an IP number followed by a host name
#

127.0.0.1 localhost
123.456.789.148 SVNserver

# Or if the repository is on the local PC you can loop it back:
# 127.0.0.1 SVNServer
#------------------------------------------------------------------

This can be very useful at times ...

Cheers
Giovanni
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