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svn under a subdomain in apache2

From: Jason A. Kozak <jkozak_at_xfrm.net>
Date: 2005-02-07 18:13:41 CET

For a while I've been using a little rewrite magic and virtual hosts to have
svn accessible at svn.domain.com. I currently point the virtual host to
.svn/, which contains the style, some html files, and a .htaccess with the
rewrite rules. Basically, anything that looks like a subdirectory gets
rewritten to svn/whatever, allowing me to have a site at svn.domain.com as
well as a repository.

Unfortunatly, I just discovered it hasn't been working (I'd set up all my
repositories beforehand). It's fine if you're browsing, but any actual svn
use returns a "REPORT request failed on '/svn/repo/!svn/vcc/default'
Unusable URI: it does not refer to this repository".

Anyone have any experience on a setup like this?

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