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Re: Enhancement to FS#201 - Integration with repoviewers

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 13 May 2008 18:06:00 +0200

Norman Rasmussen wrote:
> I'm currently trying to set up a scoped (subtree) svn reposity with
> webviewer:pathrevision properties
>
> The repo is set up as:
>
> /project1/trunk/
> /project2/trunk/
>
> and http websvn url's are:
>
> http://devserver/project1/browser/trunk/
> http://devserver/project2/browser/trunk/
>
> I can find no way of making this work, as the pathrevision wants to use:
>
> http://devserver/project1/browser%PATH%?rev=%REVISION%
>
> which gives:
>
> http://devserver/project1/browser/project1/trunk/
>
> is there any way to make it strip off the beginning of the path?
>
> perhaps?
>
> http://devserver/project1/browser%PATH#/project1%?rev=%REVISION%
> (similar to bash's ${parameter#word} syntax)

I'm sorry, but your setup is very unusual. I don't like to introduce a
lot of complexity for such setups.
You have multiple projects in one single repository, but separate web
viewer instances. Just configure your webviewer so that it uses your
whole repository and you're fine.

Stefan

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Received on 2008-05-13 18:06:24 CEST

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