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Apache+SVN: Responding to a GET request by serving an index file in the repository

From: Marc Lanctot <marc.lanctot_at_mail.mcgill.ca>
Date: 2004-12-23 14:48:20 CET


I want to do something that should be quite easy to setup, but I've not
found anything on it.

I have a using Apache as my "subversion server". I'd like if I could
specifiy a file in my Apache config file under a Location section (ie.
"SVNIndex index.html") that, if present in a Subversion directory, gets
sent back to the web client as web page rather than the listing of the
subversion directory including the web page I want to show(index.html)
which displays as a text file when clicked on.

This would let me use Subversion for convenient web page versioning.

I'm sure this is possible.. just can't find anything on it.

Thanks in advance,

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Received on Thu Dec 23 19:50:46 2004

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