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RE: Recurse SVNParentPath Subdirectories?

From: Flanakin Michael C SSgt HQ SSG/ENED <Michael.Flanakin_at_Gunter.AF.mil>
Date: 2004-11-22 22:20:40 CET

Well, considering I haven't heard from anyone on whether or not this is
possible, I'm going to assume that it is not. If has or hasn't tried it,
please let me know your final conclusions so that I can at least have
some sort of idea where to take this issue. If I haven't heard anything
by tomorrow morning, I'll be posting it as an issue on the Subversion
tracker. Thanks!
 
Michael

________________________________

From: Flanakin Michael C SSgt HQ SSG/ENED
[mailto:Michael.Flanakin@Gunter.AF.mil]
Sent: Friday, November 19, 2004 3:34 PM
To: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Recurse SVNParentPath Subdirectories?

Is it possible to setup Apache to recurse subdirectories below the
SVNParentPath when looking for the repository? I'd like to organize all
of my repositories in a hierarchical fashion (see below) so I don't have
to deal with 100s of directories for maybe 25 different projects at the
top level. This is for an entire organization, so I have to plan for a
lot of repositories. I'm using Svn 1.1.1 and Apache 2.0.52.

Repositories/
    Project1/
        Proj1Rep1/*
        Proj1Rep2/*
    Project2/
        SubProject1/
            Proj2.1Rep1/*
            Proj2.1Rep2/*
        SubProject1/*
    Project3/*

* identifies a Svn repository

The only thing I can think of would be to either explicitly add a
Location for each SVNPath or SVNParentPath, neither of which is very
feasible since that'd mean I'd have to restart Apache after modifying
the httpd.conf. Has anyone ever tried this before? It can't be that
unique. If it's not possible, I'd like to see it added as a feature.

Thanks in advance!

Michael Flanakin
Received on Mon Nov 22 22:23:17 2004

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