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Re: Repository Listing

From: Patrick Burleson <pburleson_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-07 21:47:56 CEST

On Apr 7, 2005 2:55 PM, dkrobbins@micron.com <dkrobbins@micron.com> wrote:
> I have 2 repositories created (repo1 and repo2). If I go to the browse to
> the parent directory, i.e.
> http://svn.example.com:8080/repos/ I would like to have it
> display:
> /repo1
> /repo2
> Instead I get a Forbidden error… "You don't have permission to access
> /repos/ on this server.
> Is there some way to configure it to list the repositories instead? I
> configured Apache to do a directory listing on other directories on the web
> server, but once I hit a location I've defined for Subversion I get the 403
> error.

Which is what you should get. /repos is probably not a real location
on your server. /repo1/ and /repo2/ are (at least in the normal
subversion config) explicit locations setup in Apache. What you can do
is create a directory at the root of your web document directory
called /repos/ and put an index.html file with the appropriate HTML to
provide a user links to the repositories.

As far as I know, Apache will not just "list" the repositories on it.
It just knows to show the repository when given a particular location.

I hope that helps.


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