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Re: web_dav/Apache/Subversion

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2003-12-11 15:24:12 CET

Leeuw van der, Tim wrote:

> What you mean is like... You could also put scripts in the SVN repos, and
> have Apache serve them straight from the repos and run those scripts
> server-side? Through CGI, mod_perl, mod_python, JSP compiler or whatever?
> Hm... Sounds like a very interesting idea, for sure.

Exactly, though in my case the whatever was mod_perl/mason. As long as Apache
thought that the repository was a filesystem, all existing configuration would
Just Work.

However, I have come to the conclusion that, at present, this is not easily
managed, since SVNPath only points at the top of the repository. Thus I would
need to have an independent repository for each and every virtual host/web site
on the machine, which would severely limit code future reuse.


John Peacock
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