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Re: Location directive confusing

From: Steve Williams <stevewilliams_at_kromestudios.com>
Date: 2005-03-09 05:49:51 CET

It points to your Subversion repository. The DAV provider is specified
by the "DAV svn" line. In this case, svn is specified as the DAV
provider for any URLs that begin with "/repos".

The DAV provider, svn, needs to know where the repository is located on
the machine. The Subversion repository location is specified by the
"SVNPath" line.


Jonathan Coles wrote:
> I don't really understand the Location directive:
> <Location /repos>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath /absolute/path/to/repository
> </Location>
> According to the SVN Book, the path is supposed to point
> "to a DAV provider whose repository is located at
> /path/to/repository/". What does this mean?
> Is this some repository other than my Subversion repository?
> The example suggests "/usr/local/svn", which doesn't exist in my
> installation.
> Is it a program directory? A repository (of what)? It is really unclear.

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