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svn with apache

From: Robin Bowes <robin-lists_at_robinbowes.com>
Date: 2005-09-16 23:43:27 CEST


I've just in the process of setting up an svn repository to be
accessible over the web using apache2.

I've got a couple of minor niggles that I'd like to sort out.

1. I get the following message when apache starts:

[Fri Sep 16 22:30:14 2005] [warn] module dav_svn_module is already
loaded, skipping

[Edit: Solved it. Looks like dav_svn_module is built-in to my apache
version so I don't need to load it as a modile]

2. I've succesfully set up apache to serve repositories like this:


What I'd like to do is lose the additional "svn/" in the URL and be able
to view my repositories like this:


I tried simply changing the Location directive as follows:

        from <Location /svn>
        to <Location />

And this works, in that http://svn.robinbowes.com/project1 works OK but
if I browse to http://svn.robinbowes.com I see the following message in
my browser:

         This XML file does not appear to have any style information
associated with it. The document tree is shown below.

<m:human-readable errcode="2">
Could not open the requested SVN filesystem

Furthermore, I'd like to use a custom stylesheet and if I change the
location to "/" then the listings are unable to find their style sheets.

Any ideas how I fix these two issues?



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