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Re: Apache and Subversion

From: Lucas Blancher - WDSI <lblancher_at_wdsi.ca>
Date: 2005-01-21 15:00:57 CET

Thanks,
    Ok so , I have to use SVNPath, and make multipule entries into my
httpd.conf. Thanks. I was kinda assuming so, but hoping not.

Lucas Blancher

Dassi, Nasser wrote:

>
>Since you're from Canada, I'll help you out :o) [I'm originally from
>Montreal, so it's not a pity thing...]
>
>The reason it displays that is because "SVNParentPath" is just a
>parent-path, it does not allow you to directly navigate non-repos. So
>based on the example you've provided, the proper browser URLs should be
>"http://.../Project1/" and separately "http://.../ProjectX/" for each
>project.
>
>The mod_dav_svn module will not, thus, become a directory browser
>*unless* the URL includes the specific project name.
>
>For more info, the book (wherever it is) actually goes in detail of the
>difference between SVNPath and SVNParentPath with a couple of examples.
>
>- nasser
>
>
>Nasser Dassi
>Sr. Technical Programmer
>=========================================
>E: ndassi@141xm.com
>=========================================
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Lucas Blancher - WDSI [mailto:lblancher@wdsi.ca]
>Sent: Thursday, January 20, 2005 6:23 PM
>To: users@subversion.tigris.org
>Subject: Apache and Subversion
>
>Hello,
> With svnserve I Could have a repo setup like this
> "C:\svn\project1\code repo"
> "C:\svn\project1\doc repo"
> "C:\svn\projectX\Documentation\user repo"
> "C:\svn\projectX\Docuemntation\setup docs repo"
> and when I ran svnserve with "-r C:\svn" I could use
>svn://192.168.2.100/ProjectX/Documentation/user repo"
>and get the user repo.
>
>I would like to migrate this setup to Apache2 with mod_dav, etc. How can
>I do this? I set up SVNParentPath C:\svn and it is not working the same
>as the svnserve. When I try to access the repos that are serveal
>folders deep i get "Could not open the requested SVN filesystem"
>displayed in my browser. If I move the repo to the root of C:\svn then
>it works fine. I asume that SVNParentPath assumes that every thing from
>there in is a repo, even if it is not. Is there away to get around it,
>without making manual rentries in my httpd.conf file for each separate
>repo using SVNPath?
>
>Thanks
>Lucas Blancher
>
>
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