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How to serve multiple projects?

From: Pep <Pep_at_Walker.me.uk>
Date: 2004-08-07 08:40:09 CEST

I currently run the subversion server with this parameter

-r /usr/local/subversion

which allows me to access all the projects below the repository.

The problem with this is that I have to specify the complete path name to the
projects trunk/branches using svn+ssh.

Is there some way that I can server multiple projects something like this on
the command line?

-r /usr/local/subversion/projecta /usr/local/subversion/projectb

Allowing me to access the trunk of the projects somethng like this?

svn co svn+ssh://sub.mydomain/projecta/trunk pa

and

svn co svn+ssh://sub.mydomain/projectb/trunk pb

If not then how best can I serve a repository that contains multiple projects
without requiring some cumbersome url?

TIA,
Pep.

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