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Re: [PATCH] implement "svn relocate", a subcommand for frobbing the wc's urls.

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2002-09-20 20:53:01 CEST

On Fri, 2002-09-20 at 14:48, Julian Fitzell wrote:
> >>Use cases are good ones. Think about a developer with a laptop (like
> >>myself) who has to hit a repository via two different URLs depending
> >>on where his net connection is
> >
> >
> > This case seems better handled at the DNS layer, honestly.
> I don't understand how it can be... how would DNS solve either of the
> two use cases?

When I first wrote my response, there was only one use case mentioned so
far. Now there are three (http to https, moving a repository, and
different URLs for different net connections), but two of them should
happen rarely in the course of any given user's work.

I was talking about the third case. Having to use a different hostname
to access the same machine from two different sides of a firewall
doesn't seem right to me; it seems that your DNS server should give an
accessible IP address for a given name regardless of where a client
comes from.

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