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Re: Recurse SVNParentPath Subdirectories?

From: Marcus Rueckert <darix_at_web.de>
Date: 2004-11-23 17:22:41 CET

On 2004-11-23 07:46:44 -0600, Flanakin Michael C SSgt HQ SSG/ENED wrote:
> Repositories/
> Project1/
> Proj1Rep1/*
> Proj1Rep2/*
> Project2/
> SubProject1/
> Proj2.1Rep1/*
> Proj2.1Rep2/*
> SubProject1/*
> Project3/*
> * identifies a Svn repository
> The only thing I can think of would be to either explicitly add a
> Location for each SVNPath or SVNParentPath, neither of which is very
> feasible since that'd mean I'd have to restart Apache after modifying
> the httpd.conf. Has anyone ever tried this before? It can't be that
> unique. If it's not possible, I'd like to see it added as a feature.

17:21:06 < darix> ayita: mod_macro?
17:21:08 < ayita> mod_macro is very helpfull if you need to administer
                  a bit more complex setups. examples can be found here:

it minimizes the config per repos to 1 line.

just my 2 cents


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