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Re: using svn+ssh on a windows svn server

From: Julien Pepy <komuta_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-12 10:42:50 CEST

thank you, it worked. in fact, whatever directory in the drive you're in,
you'll be able to access the repository via the full path (minus the
drive letter of course).

On Apr 11, 2005 7:02 PM, Andrew Thompson <subversionuser@aktzero.com> wrote:
> OK, this is going to seem a little odd, but see if you can modify your
> svnserve shell script to change to drive X: (or whatever drive your
> repository is on) before executing svnserve.
> Then try:
> svn list svn+ssh://username@yourhost/path/to/repos
> But don't put a drive letter.
> I don't have sshd on any Windows boxes right now, so I'm sort of at a
> loss for testing on my side. But when I was testing "svnserve -d" I was
> able to make the following happen:
> C:\>svnserve -d
> C:\>svn list svn://localhost/tmp/hgre/test
> branch/
> profile/
> tags/
> trunk/
> (The repository exists on c:\tmp\hgre\test.)
> That's all I've got right now. Let me know if this gets you anywhere.
> --
> Andrew Thompson
> http://aktzero.com/
> Interested in a hosted SVN repository? Email me, let's talk...
Received on Tue Apr 12 10:44:53 2005

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