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Re: a few nits setting up svn...

From: Perry E. Metzger <perry_at_piermont.com>
Date: 2004-02-13 19:54:39 CET

Brian Mathis <bmathis@directedge.com> writes:
> The point is that there are already TWO other options that will allow
> you to reach the goal you want. 1 is apache, and 2 is svnserve.
> Using these requires ZERO code changes to svn. If apache doesn't meet
> your needs, then fine, use svnserve over ssh.

How about I drop using svn instead.

Actually, I won't do that -- but please bear in mind that ignoring
people's needs doesn't encourage people to use a program.

So anyway, explain to me exactly how it is that svn+ssh works. What
exactly is being invoked over the ssh connection? I was under the
impression it WAS svnserve, just being run to stdout instead of over a
socket. Why is this, plus setgid or something, a bad idea in any way?


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