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RE: setting up apache/subversion...

From: Patrick Smears <patrick.smears_at_ensoft.co.uk>
Date: 2004-09-06 17:37:25 CEST

> in order to use apache/httpd, do i need to have anything running
> (svn/svnserve) on the server, other than apache/httpd of course!

No, just apache should be fine...

> in my server, i have '/svnroot/svn' setup to be the basic
> repository. i can
> access this via the 'svnserve/svn' apps, so it seems to be ok.
>
> however, when i try to do a:
> svn list http:://192.168.1.52:82/svnroot/svn
> svn list http:://192.168.1.52:82/svnroot
>
> i get a
> svn: 'http::/192.168.1.52:82/svnroot' is not a working copy
> or a
> svn: 'http::/192.168.1.52:82/' is not a working copy

I think you mean "http://" (one colon, two slashes) rather than "http::/"...

-P

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