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Is subversion ready for primetime??

From: Joseph Silverman <yossie_at_laszlosystems.com>
Date: 2005-01-31 23:25:28 CET

I have the following configured in Apache:

<Location "/">
    DAV svn
    SVNPath /SvnHome
    AuthType Basic
    AuthName "svn"
    AuthUserFile /PasswordFile
    order deny,allow
    require valid-user
<LocationMatch "^(/openlaszlo/(lps|tools|3rdparty)|/$|/openlaszlo/?$)">
    DAV svn
    SVNPath /SvnHome
       AuthType Basic
       AuthName "anonymous svn"
       AuthUserFile /PasswordFile
       order deny,allow
       require valid-user

The idea being to prevent anonymous people from accessing certain areas
of a svn tree. Allow them access to other parts in RO. While allowing
authorized users access (read and write) to all these areas.

When I do: svn co http://svn.openlaszlo.org/openlaszlo/ .

I get the following error message!

svn: PROPFIND request failed on
svn: PROPFIND of
svn/vcc/default': 400 Bad Request (http://svn.openlaszlo.org)

Does anyone have a CLUE what this is about? Why subversion is even
SEEING the pattern in the </LocationMatch> config tag?

I am running: svnadmin, version 1.1.2 (r12471) compiled Jan 10 2005,

And, speaking of, how the heck can I upgrade to latest subversion
without most of my linux distro too? There appears to be a very close
dependency between subversion and MANY other bits of Linux - down to
latest versions of these bits - which makes it nearly impossible to do.

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Received on Mon Jan 31 23:28:06 2005

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