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Re: svnserve on win32, intended behavior?

From: oleksa borodie <oleksa.borodie_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-13 10:51:23 CEST


On 4/12/05, Andrew Thompson <subversionuser@aktzero.com> wrote:
> 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.

 AFAIR you should put default user home path in the passwd to the
drive where repository is located. This is last but one parameter it
should look like "/cygdrive/d" So "d" here is drive letter where
repository is located (d:\svn_rep in my case)
 Svnserve is started with d as home dir. There is no drive letter in
the repository path from client so it adds default drive to the path
when tries to open repository AFAIU

Good luck.

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