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svnserve on win32, intended behavior?

From: Andrew Thompson <subversionuser_at_aktzero.com>
Date: 2005-04-12 20:50:11 CEST

Can someone identify if this is intended behaviour for svnserve when run
on Win32?

The book at: http://svnbook.red-bean.com/ doesn't make any distinction
for svnserve on Win32, and does not(that I can tell) explain that
svnserve on Win32 does not need a drive letter in the path.

Julien Pepy wrote:
> 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
> <mailto: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
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