Maybe I wasn't clear. We are going to use TortoiseSVN as a client to
checkout and commit and browse the repositories. The repository in
question is made up of php scripts and images that make up a website.
We are using subversion because we have 3 or 4 developers for the
website. So when a change gets committed to the repository how can I
set it up so the website displays the changes. So I don't want to view
the repository indexed files, I want to view the updated php scripts
Does this make more sense?
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From: Hari Kodungallur [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 06, 2007 12:05 PM
To: Lopez, Denise
Subject: Re: View current repository through Apache
On 6/6/07, Lopez, Denise <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I need to setup several subversion repositories. I believe we
want to setup the svnserve option and I believe I have that working.
The only thing I am a little confused about is we also want to have the
current versions of the files which are a website viewable by apache but
not modifiable by apache. So we want the current web page displayed
through apache but we don 't want to configure subversion for http:// or
Does anyone know how to do this?
Have you tried ViewVC ?
Setting this up does not automatically mean you are also setting up
subversion access via http.
Received on Wed Jun 6 21:13:20 2007