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Re: New basic feature ?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2007-08-07 15:25:34 CEST

ISIT - Service Technique wrote:
> The problem is that we don't want to use nor apache server either web
> browsing tools for this. We just plan to use SVN internal server.
> That's why I would prefer to have a specific SVN command that would list all
> repositories.
> Do you think this is something that can be added ?

Not as such, because each repository is completely independent. There
is no "master config file" where the repositories could be registered.
Apache can get away with it because the webserver itself can enumerate
the directories underneath SVNParentPath.

Why are you so opposed to running the Apache server? You can limit it
to HTTPS only (for security) or run it on a non-standard port (e.g. if
you are already running Apache 1.x), and of course you needn't run it on
a public IP address (you can even use SSH tunneling to further control


John Peacock
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Received on Tue Aug 7 15:23:48 2007

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