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svnserve -r option does not work with svn+ssh

From: GŁnter Dannoritzer <dannoritzer_at_web.de>
Date: 2005-03-10 02:09:39 CET


I started using svn (1.1.3) and have configured the svnserver with ssh.
So I start the server with

svnserve -t -d -r /srv/svn

Now when I want to access this repository I have to fully qualify it,

svn list svn+ssh://mydomain.org/srv/svn

If I am not using the tunnel I can access it with:

svn list svn://mydomain.org

I looked through the svn book but did not find any explanation. What is
the difference for that?

Is there a way that I can avoid having to qualify the full path with the
ssh tunnel?

Thanks in advance.


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