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Re: Any way to not give full repos path for svn+ssh (some way to specify -r)?

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-03-26 20:25:36 CET

Guy Umbright wrote:

> I would really rather be able to do
>
> snv+ssh://11.22.33.44/applications/foo
>
> rather than
>
> snv+ssh://11.22.33.44/Users/svn/svnrep/applications/foo

        $ export SVNREP="11.22.33.44/Users/svn/svnrep"
        $ svn+ssh://$SVNREP/applications/foo

will work in any sufficiently advanced shell. For Win32, you are up a creek,
unless you use a Bash for Windows. If you were just using svn://, you could
obviously use the '-r' option.

HTH

John

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