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RE: Multiple Repositiories, SVNParentPath, and Apache AutoIndex

From: Stephen Duncan <jrduncans_at_stephenduncanjr.com>
Date: 2004-04-02 16:27:09 CEST

Thanks for the ideas. I think from here I can come to an acceptable solution. I hadn't noticed yet that I couldn't use a single SVNParentPath for that setup. I guess I'll either need to determine my structure entirely ahead of time, or go to a more shallow structure with less organization.

Now on to figuring out a good authentication method for a Windows 2000 domain...


On Fri, 02 Apr 2004 11:11:47 +0200
Juanma Barranquero <jmbarranquero@wke.es> wrote:

> Suppose you access your p, q and r repositories through /repo:
> <Location /repo>
> DAV svn
> SVNParentPath "/my/repos" # Or whatever
> ...
> </Location>

Well, obviously in this case you'll need to have:

  <Location /repo1>
     DAV svn
     SVNParentPath "/svn/webapps"

and you would need also a /repo2:

  <Location /repo2>
     DAV svn
     SVNParentPath "/svn/administrative"

And the Redirects would be
  RedirectPermanent /svn/webapps/p http://my-server/repo1/p
  RedirectPermanent /svn/webapps/q http://my-server/repo1/q
  RedirectPermanent /svn/administrative/r http://my-server/repo2/r

Other than that, what I wrote works. And, in any case, with the
setup you posted you cannot have a single SVNParentPath either...

Received on Fri Apr 2 16:27:48 2004

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