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Re: svnserve -r option with ssh

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-05-25 18:22:41 CEST

"Katarina WONG" <kwong@alexandria.cc> writes:
> Although I searched carefully the book and the FAQ, I could not find
> the way to pass the -r option (or an equivalent) to the private
> servers launched when using svn+ssh scheme.
> (Note for beholders: the -r option changes the root of the repository
> as far as the clients are concerned, it allows for example to
> relocate the repository without forcing the WCs to be re-checked
> out. Also it makes the paths simpler)
> Unfortunately, inetd is not an option on my site.
> I was hoping for a server config variable or an env var.
> Have a nice day,

You could wrap 'svnserve' in a script named 'svnserve', that invokes
the *real* svnserve with whatever options you want, including -r.

I know that's a bit inelegant, but it should work.


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