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Re: Access to subversion via Pound/SSL+Apache/DAV (add'l info)

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-08-26 20:46:03 CEST

Jason Vasquez <jason@obiwan.homelinux.org> writes:

> I see several possible solutions here:
> 1. Do something in the svn client to have a special case to specify a
> Destination "root" for particular hosts
> 2. Have the proxy modify the Destination header before passing it back
> to the backend server.
> 3. Make mod_svn/dav/whatever not care if the scheme is different
> (although, this sounds like it breaks spec, and is not very portable
> to the ServerAlias/ServerName problem)
> Hmm - now that I think about it, option 3 might in fact work well, if
> there are some additional Apache config directives to add additional
> allowable Destination URI's for a SVN root.

Time for Greg Stein to comment on this problem. Greg? :-)

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