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From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-12-10 19:26:00 CET

A thought just occurred to me, but I have been unable to confirm or deny that it
is possible:

I'd like to (on my test server only) have Apache use the subversion repository
itself as the DocumentRoot. This would mean that the test server would not have
a WC of it's very own (that I'd have to keep updated with post_commit). The
files would be read-only (as far as Apache was concerned), so no autoversioning

It would be sweet if I could simply commit a change to the repository and have
the file immediately available to the [test] web server. This is slightly
different from enabling repository browsing within Apache. I'd like Apache to
just serve up the files directly out of Subversion, as if this were an ordinary

Is this possible with Subversion's DAV support???


John Peacock
Director of Information Research and Technology
Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group
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