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Re: svn ssh, no webdav apache2

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-08-06 20:50:41 CEST

"bstil@yahoo.com" <bstil@yahoo.com> wrote on 08/06/2004 02:32:28 PM:

> Hello. I think Subversion is a great, promising
> alternative to CVS.
> However, what is up with this Apache2 and webdav
> requirement? Isn't svn just a command line tool.
> Why can't the default just be svn thru ssh-tunneled
> commands. It is so clean on TortoiseCVS to just go
> thru :ext: ssh tunnel with cvs command lines. I like
> Apache 1.3 and not Apache 2. Why do I need to
> configure apache to run a svn command line.
> SSH tunneling should be the default, or at least very
> easy to setup.

You appear to be operating under some misconceptions. There is no
requirement with Subversion to use Apache and WebDAV, that is just one of
the server hosting options.

If you want to use ssh you can do so. You should most likely be looking
at the svnserve server option. Check chapter 6 of the book.



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