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Using TSVN to connect to multiple repositories on same server?

From: Matthew Mucker <gmane_at_companies.mucker.net>
Date: 2007-07-13 15:16:45 CEST

I just installed Subversion (love it, love it, love it!) on my Windows
machine and need help using multiple repositories from a TortoiseSVN (love
it, too!) client.

I've created two repositories. I want one to use for my projects, and I want
to provide svn hosting for a friend of mine in the second repository. I want
to use different usernames/passwords to keep him out of my stuff. (He'd like
to keep me out of his stuff, too, but I own the server so he's sunk there.
<g>)

I've edited the /conf/passwd files on the two repositories to allow access
to each repository as appropriate.

The problem is that when I use TortoiseSVN to connect to my server using the
svn://www.mydomain.com syntax, I can only access the first repository.

I suspect I may have missed this in the client documentation, but how to I
connect to a different repository using TortoiseSVN?

Thanks so much!

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