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Re: single exit point for svnserve

From: Ionel GARDAIS <igardais_at_yahoo.fr>
Date: 2006-09-22 17:17:23 CEST

Isn't it because a user does not care about where the server is that
the server itself should use zeroconf (at least for internal-running
servers) ?
Sysadmin guys could migrate svnserve from servers to servers without
telling end-users.


Le 22 sept. 06 à 17:12, Garrett Rooney a écrit :

> On 9/22/06, Ionel GARDAIS <igardais@yahoo.fr> wrote:
>> I will only advertise the IP/port of the listening svnserve process
>> along with an user-defined service name.
>> The users *must* know the full repository access path to get into it.
> See, to me that seems almost entirely useless. If you're going to
> advertise over zeroconf, I'd expect you to want to advertise on a
> per-project bases, which means either per-repository or per-directory
> within a repository. A user doesn't really care where the server is,
> they care where they can check out the code to project $WHATVEVER.
> -garrett


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