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Adding svn dbses without apache restart

From: Václav Krpec <vasekk_at_alsoft.cz>
Date: 2004-01-12 18:16:22 CET


I'm trying to force apache 2.0 to manage Subversion databases.
I'd be glad if I must not restart the server each time I add/remove
a db by inserting a <Location> directive into httpd.conf.

Can I use .htaccess files somehow? Why SVNPath (SVNParentPath) can't
work with regexps (such as AliasMatch directive? I can't use "$1"
regexp result inside the <Location> directive scope (it's being
understood literally); is it apache problem, or svn module problem?)?

I can't use SVNParentPath eighter, because I want all users to have
their own disjoint databases (not to update version each to other);
and I want to use SSL, too.

Any ideas?

Thanks a lot,

  vencík <vencik@razdva.cz>
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