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Re: Proposed work for running svnserve as a Windows service

From: Peter Samuelson <peter_at_p12n.org>
Date: 2006-02-21 18:59:03 CET

[Max Bowsher]
> > --create-service <name> --root <root> [--auto | --demand]
> Also, --root is not enough. --listen-host, --listen-port, and
> --read-only must also be service-specifiable.

In fact, just say that --create-service <name> takes *all* the rest of
argv[] (except for --automatic / --manual) and tells the service
controller to pass it to svnserve along with --service.

Better that than to try to anticipate the instance-specific options one
might want. New relevant options could be added in the future, too.

> > --delete-service <name> --root <root>

I agree with Max, since the service name is unique, you should just
trust that the admin typed the right one. If more argv[] *is* passed,
though, you probably should just check all of it against what is

Received on Tue Feb 21 18:59:57 2006

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