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Re: Exporting a svn repo via HTTP using only htaccess

From: Travis Spencer <travislspencer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-07-18 01:51:35 CEST

On 7/17/05, Toby Johnson <toby@etjohnson.us> wrote:
> It would still require loading the dav_svn module, which isn't possible in
> an .htaccess.
The sys admins are running a subversion server on that box already,
but I don't like the way they've configured it to always redirects to
HTTPS even for anonymous access, the server doesn't have a real cert
so proxying isn't possible, I don't have write access to the repo in
the file system (it is kept in /www somewhere and owned by user
apache), and a few other little things. For these reasons, I would
like to just run it from my homedir and sidestep the school's setup.
They are running it on that box already, so I suspect that the module
is loaded. If they have loaded the module to export their repos, will
it work for me out of my homedir?

Travis Spencer
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Received on Mon Jul 18 01:53:14 2005

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