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Users file in separate directory on Windows 2003

From: Steve Kuhn <kuhns85_at_mio.uwosh.edu>
Date: 2004-07-19 17:17:13 CEST

Hello everyone,

I have Subversion 1.0.5 setup on a Window 2003 Server computer. I have
a couple repositories setup under D:\svnRepositories\... and I want to
have one users file containing the users that have access to those
repositories. Currently each on svnserve.conf files look like this:

[general]
anon-access = none
auth-access = write
password-db = D:/svnRepositories/userAccess.conf
realm = MiO SVN Repositories

And I am also running svnserve with the -r D:\svnRepositories\ option.
However, I am having a problem accessing that userAccess.conf file. For
example, when I try with one repository I get the error "svn: Can't open
config file
'D:/svnRepositories/testRepo/conf/D:/svnRepositories/userAccess.conf'.
I've tried both forward and backward slashes, as well as
/svnRepositories/userAccess.conf, /D:/<...>, and /userAccess.conf. The
only way I could get it to work was to specify my password-db as
'../../userAccess.conf'. Is there anyway, in Windows, to specify an
absolute path to that file or only a relative directory? Thanks in
advance!

Steve

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