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Re: Somewhat corrupted repository: Berkeley DB Permissions errors on SVN 1.0.2

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-05-27 04:34:01 CEST

John Peacock wrote:
> I could certainly see a new option to svnserve to run in a true proxy
> mode via tunneled connections. That would work the way you expect it
> to, but would require a server daemon, so it wouldn't fit everyone's
> needs (anymore than the current implementation does). The same remote
> svn+ssh:// URL could be used, but it would be up to the site
> administrator to decide which way to go. You could even have the
> svnserve proxy for some other machine running the conventional svn
> daemon...hmmm....

Thinking this over (and re-reading the docs), I see that it won't work with the
same URL on the client, since the only think the client knows to do is use XXX
to connect to the remote server and run 'svnserve -t' to request tunneling. It
would have to be a new client-side URL entirely; svn-ssh:// anyone? ;)


John Peacock
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