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RE: Users file in separate directory on Windows 2003

From: Steve Kuhn <kuhns85_at_mio.uwosh.edu>
Date: 2004-07-19 17:34:41 CEST

When I tried /svnRepositories/userAccess.conf (or /userAccess.conf for
that matter), it actually threw an error saying "Can't open config file
'/svnRepositories/userAccess.conf". Since it didn't say
"D:/svnRepositories/testRepo/conf//svnRepositories/userAccess.conf", I
assumed that it could accept absolute paths. Is this correct?

>> I am also running svnserve with the -r D:\svnRepositories\ option.
>> Is there anyway, in Windows, to specify an absolute path to that
>> file or only a relative directory?
>I thought that all directories are relative to the repository path.

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