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Repository website content as live website

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-09-27 17:55:56 CEST

This is probably simple but I'm getting lost...

One of the parts of my Subversion repository is a subtree that holds
our internal website content. So of course the latest content is
visible via a path that looks like
        http://snv.ourstuff.com/repos/oursvn/trunk/intranet/index.html

We already have a virtual host setup, so people are used to
        http://ourintranet.com/

to get to that same material. Right now it's done in CVS, and the
"live" site is actually a copy (working directory), checked out
manually or periodically, so it isn't convenient and "live".

I would like to have http://ourintranet.com/ end up at the repository,
i.e., it's an alias for
http://snv.ourstuff.com/repos/oursvn/trunk/intranet/. How would I do
that? Rewrite rules? Alias?

Apologies if this is too far off topic, but it seems to fit since it's
an obvious use case of Subversion.

   paul

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