Thanks to the gentlemen who responded. That was definately a D'oh
situation. I've seen that shown elsewhere, for other commands, and never
thought to put two and two together. Brain cells getting old.
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04/20/2005 04:20 PM
Michael L Brown/MSN/MS/PHILIPS@PHILIPS
Re: svnserver tunnelling and -r option
Michael L Brown wrote:
> If one starts svnserver via "svn+ssh", or "svn+rsh", how does one get
> -r (--root) option set? If started as a daemon, then it is easy, but
> so obvious when started by a tunnel.
> We need to do it as a server wide configuration, i.e., a file that
> svnserver looks at when it starts to see of a root path has been
> We prefer that it not be in the user's .subversion configuration file.
> Will svnserve look in the same /etc/subversion directory for
> info just like svn does?
Rename svnserve to svnserve2.
Create a schell script named svnserve that calls svnserve2, sends any
extra options you need, and passes along the options from the svn+ssh
I did not test this, but I think I've done something like this before.
Interested in a hosted SVN repository? Email me, let's talk...
Received on Wed Apr 20 23:53:22 2005