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RE: SVN under Apache looking in .subversion/servers

From: Goddard Lee <lee.goddard_at_easa.eu.int>
Date: 2005-09-28 10:21:19 CEST

> From: Malcolm Rowe [mailto:malcolm-svn-dev@farside.org.uk]
> I don't know much about the bindings, but you might want to
> try passing the -i flag (simulate initial login) to sudo:
> which will set up the environment ($HOME, etc) for nobody.

Thanks, Malcolm. I was really trying to provide some code to illustrate
the problems Apache is having running perl's SVN::Client. If I supply
--config-dir on the 'svn' command line, the problem goes away... I have
had to abandon the perl bindings as too immature to use, since "more
support for config" is on the authors' TODO list. Maybe my boss will
give me a chance to look at the source...!


Lee Goddard
Internet Application Development, European Aviation Safety Agency

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