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Re: svnserve and IPv6 ?

From: Dirk Schenkewitz <schenkewitz_at_docomolab-euro.com>
Date: 2005-03-02 01:02:18 CET

Dirk Schenkewitz wrote:
> ...
> is it somehow possible to access svnserve using IPv6 adresses?
> If yes, what do I need to do?

Since there was no answer until now, I thought I report what I
found by searching the internet for about one day altogether
(yesterday and today):

Nobody seems to do this.

There are some hints about accessing subversion using IPv6 adresses,
but all who do this (at least all I found up to now, there are not
very much) use apache or ssh.

Then I did 'find subversion-1.1.3 -type f | xargs grep -i "ipv6"'
and found that "IPv6" appeared under "neon", "apr" and "apr-util",
but nowhere else. I'm not perfectly sure, but I believe that these
are not used by svnserve.

Can somebody who knows confirm that svnserve does not understand
about IPv6 adresses?

If that's the case, we cannot use it, because IPv6 will be essential
in our case. This would be enough to force me to not using svnserve
and my other question about chrooting svnserve would be pointless.

Have fun

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Received on Wed Mar 2 01:03:08 2005

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