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Mounting Subversion into the filesystem [was Re: Proper way to set-up SVN]

From: Daniel Patterson <danpat_at_adaptiveinternational.com>
Date: 2003-07-03 06:48:36 CEST

On Fri, 2003-07-04 at 00:15, Daniel Patterson wrote:
> One way that the original posters requirement *could* be met might
> be to use davfs (http://dav.sourceforge.net/) to mount the SVN
> repository into the webservers filesystem. This takes care of the
> "live" requirement, but adds an unnecessary layer in the middle
> (which could be a performance hit).

Oo, a wishlist item just appeared in my head :)

It might be nice to be able to do:

  mount -t svnfs -o repopath=/trunk /var/svn/repos1 /mnt/svnrepos1

It could be read-only initially, but the possibilities are endless :)
(POSIX ACL's through attributes....)


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