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Setting up svnserve

From: Denis Golubev <golden1981_at_ukr.net>
Date: 2005-09-11 12:39:02 CEST

Hello, All.

I'm a newbie in subversion administration, so my questions can be stupid.

I'm going to setup subversion repository on linux server with access via

My repository is placed in /var/svnrepos
In svn docs mentioned that if I launch svnserve with -r option than I
can simply access to repository via host name. But it doesn't:

I launch
#svnserve -d -r /var/svnrepos

And if I try to do something with repository from client, I obtain
following problems:

$svn co svn://host/
A host/var
A host/var/svnrepos
A host/var/svnrepos/file1.txt
Checked out revision 1.

So as you can see any user will know my server paths to repository which
is not correct.

How can I setup repository to obtain following behaviour:

svn co svn://host/
svn co svn://host/repository_alias/

will checkout only file1.txt (without full server path) ?

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