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Re: svnserve multiple repositories

From: Hakan Koseoglu <hakan.koseoglu_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-12-01 00:05:01 CET

> What ideally I would want is that my peers using TortoiseSVN
> repo-browser just type svn://X.X.X.X and they get list of projects.
I don't believe you can do that. The easiest option would be
maintaining a web page which lists the projects and running the
svnserve on differrent ports (you can't run multiple svnserve using
the same/default port at the same time).

The way I version-control my own stuff works like this: I have a bunch
of svnserve scripts, each using a different port. I have a batch file
which kicks these off and a separate project which keeps the list of
the projects at the default svnserve port. This way I get a copy of
the project vs. port list maintained and available, then a bunch of
shell scripts to check out the initial copies to different
directories. As a result, it is highly maintainable (I can drop/retire
a complete repos at any time) and quite easy to maintain (one location
for the lot of the project scripts and list).

For debugging reasons I don't run them off xinet but of course you can
do it that way as well.

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Received on Wed Dec 1 00:07:19 2004

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