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Re: Using Subversion's apache server for more than Subversion

From: <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2002-09-09 17:13:20 CEST

Jeff Stuart <jstuart@computer-city.net> writes:

> Ok, next stupid question. :D

Normally, I would say, "There's no such thing as a stupid question..."
Note that I haven't yet said that. :-D

> The httpd that I create that will house the repository for SVN can
> that be used for normal web hosting? IE the machine I'm thinking of
> using for the repository will also be used for big brother
> monitoring, etc... IE just a devel/utility server. So I'd LOVE to
> have the one httpd proc handle both SVN requests and NORMAL
> requests. Is this possible/doable/advisable?

Yeah, dude, Subversion isn't quite *so* painful to setup that we
require our own httpd-2.0 process. Just mind your ownership and
permissions, and your httpd-2.0 process can be all things that your port
80 needs.

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