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Re: cmd line stuff (was: CVS update: ...)

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_galois.collab.net>
Date: 2000-10-17 18:56:09 CEST

Jim Blandy <jimb@savonarola.red-bean.com> writes:
> * It seems kind of archaic to type:
>
> svn -d REPO-SPEC checkout MODULE
>
> This splits the information `what am I checking out' across two
> different places. It would be nicer to simply name the thing you're
> checking out, using some appropriate noun clause. For remote things,
> URL's are the natural kind of noun clause:
>
> svn checkout http://subversion.tigris.org/repo/subversion
>
> I don't know if this is exactly the DAV way; maybe Greg can provide a
> more realistic example. But the important idea is that the syntax
> should be:
>
> svn checkout THING

I like.

Am worried about using "http://" URLs, because what if your repository
and project home page are on the same server, but you want to call
them by the same name (say, `comp-tools'). Then does

   http://www.mydomain.org/comp-tools

refer to the home page or the top of your repository? Or perhaps the
web server is configured to point certain names at corresponding
repositories, like:

   http://www.mydomain.org/myrepos/comp-tools

And httpd.conf has something like

   SubversionAlias myrepos /usr/share/svn/repositories/my_public_repos

or whatever. That might work out okay, yeah.
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:11 2006

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