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Restricting svn to one VirtualHost

From: Michael Becker <spammb_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-03-11 01:21:36 CET

I have svn up and running using apache for access. I have one minor
bug in my setup that is a little annoying though.
I installed subversion using yum so my subversion apache directives
are in a separate file called subversion.conf in conf.d
I have 3 domains running off of my internet connection using the
VirtualHost directive in my httpd.conf file
Here's the issue, I only want svn to show up when someone browses to a
particular domain, but at the moment, it shows up when browsing my
subversion path on all domains.
Is there a way to restrict the access to one single virtualhost domain
outside of moving what is in my subversion.conf file into the
virtualhost directive of that domain in my httpd.conf file?
Thanks for you help!
Michael Becker

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Received on Fri Mar 11 01:24:25 2005

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