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Re: Parsing PHP?

From: C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-11-01 00:48:56 CET

Adrian Esteban Madrid <aemadrid@hyperxmedia.com> writes:

> Is there any way to parse PHP files with Subversion? I am running my
> production stuff with a normal FS and Apache 1.3.x and my repository
> with SVN and Apache 2. What I would love to do is to have SVN as the
> Test server and Apache 1.3 as my Production server (as it is
> already). Apache 2 is parsing .php files on other locations but not in
> my SVN location. Is there any way to acomplish this? Sorry but I'm a
> complete newbie with SVN.

In other words, you want your PHP handler to run as if your Subversion
repository were just a filesystem location. I don't believe this is
possible, but I did see some recent Apache thread chatter about
pluggable FS backends. Not sure if the thread is heading in a
direction that would lend itself to accomplishing your goal. (The
thread caught my eye because that phrase in Subversion has been used
to discuss pluggable database backends for our libsvn_fs filesystem

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