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Re: svn co and proxy-servers

From: Joe Cooper <joe_at_enthought.com>
Date: 2004-02-05 02:28:48 CET

Holger Krekel wrote:
> Stuart Robertson wrote:
>>We've been using SVN internally for some time now with great success.
>>However, today's the first time I've tried to check out source from public
>>repositories on the Internet. I'm behind an http proxy server and I can't
>>figure out how to get SVN to work with a proxy server.
> as far as i know most (all?) proxy servers don't support proxying dav-traffic
> to a subversion server. In our codespeak.net setup we therefore have an
> additional port '8080' where apache listens, so that people can directly
> connect without going through their proxy. This may or may not work with your
> firewall but people on our side had success. IIRC if you use 'svn:externals'
> i think you need to redirect traffic to this 8080-port from the subversion
> config (sorry, forgot the details).

FWIW, Squid supports DAV methods, by default...probably all of the ones
needed by Subversion, though I'm not sure I've tested it (I probably
have, as I sell Squid-based web caches, and so am often behind them
without thinking about it).

If it doesn't work, it's probably trivial to add the necessary methods.
  Now that I'm thinking of it, I'll give it a try tonight when I get
back to the office...if it doesn't work, I'll see about getting it fixed.

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