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Re: Svn protocol - It's no longer possible to browse a multi repository like a one virtual repository (Regression)

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 15 Sep 2008 14:34:37 +0200

JD wrote:
> Regression 1.4 to 1.5:
> With TSVN 1.5 (svn protocol),
> it is no longer possible to browse a multi repository
> like a one virtual repository because when you expand
> subfolder, the contain is put as the same level as this subfolder.
> So the path is not correct to browse the sub repository
> (Error: URL non-inexistent in that version).
> Configuration:
> A root repository is used to allowing access to the sub-repositories,
> it contains only folders link with the same name as folders containing
> the sub-repositories.
> The sub-repositories are located in folders of the root repository.

This is not a regression.
You're doing something illegal: the repository folder is private
property of Subversion. You were never allowed to store anything in it
yourself. Only Subversion is allowed to do that.
Since you created another repository inside a repository folder, you are
violating that rule.

If you think about this, you know that you did something wrong. Just
imagine what would happen if Subversion would require another folder
named 'project' in the repository folder, and you already had another
repository created with that name?

Fix your setup please.

Note: Subversion introduced a check on trunk so it won't be possible to
create a repository inside a repository anymore (this indicates that you
were not the only one doing this).


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Received on 2008-09-15 14:34:58 CEST

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