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Re: svnserver on win xp home: is it started up?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-04-09 16:22:20 CEST

Jonathan Boutelle wrote:

> svnserve -i
> This causes the system to display the following:
> (success ( 1 2 ( ANONYMOUS ) ( edit-pipeline ) ))

You're confused on multiple levels. :-)

'svnserve -i' is what you should run if 'inetd' is launching the server
to service an incoming request. It's looking to connect to a client via
stdin/stdout. Not what you want!

What you want is svnserve to run as its *own* persistent daemon. Run
'svnserve -d', and it will become a background process listening on port

> ************************
> make a new dir (C:\a\f_clientdir and cd to it
> ************************
> svncheckout http://localhost:3690

And to connect to svnserve, you use the svn:// schema, not http://.
http is to connect to apache.

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