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RE: List repositories?

From: Leon Zandman <lzandman_at_lode.nl>
Date: 2005-07-27 13:12:27 CEST

> as I know, it is not possible to list the repositories which
> are maintained by a server.
> The API of subversion contains no such functionality.
> I also need this feature.

I think I've read this question in some FAQ, so you might want to check

These are the options I've seen:

1) Obtain access to the locations where the repositories are stored. You
can then look "under the hood" and see the repository names.

2) Use Apache instead of Svnserve and use the SVNParentPath directive.
This lets you specify a parent directory that contains all repositories.
You can then get a listing of these repositories from Apache. See the
Subversion book or the TortoiseSVN help file for more info.

3) Use some web-based package, like ViewCVS or WebSVN. I don't know
about the first one, but you can add multiple repositories (their paths)
to WebSVN and it will list them all. I found this package very handy and
easy to install.


Leon Zandman

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