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RE: Does ra_local support other host id than 'localhost' ?

From: YT <ytlin_at_realtek.com.tw>
Date: 2005-11-23 06:13:34 CET

Sorry, I made a mistake.
All I said is happened within subversion-cygwin-1.2.3.
After I download subversion-win32-1.2.3, and I find out everything OK.

> I wonder if it is possible to support other hostname (or ip) than 
> 'localhost' within ra_local.
> When I issue 'svn import -m "" . file://', 
> i got response 'local URL file:// contains 
> unspported hostname'.
> It seems 'file:' protocol not support of hostname other than 
> 'localhost' (or empty).
> Since I have a local respository (with FSFS format) in a windows, 
> and need to share with another machines users.
> I intend to share my repository without apache or svnserver, and 
> gain existent authentication of windows domain controller.
> It is a most easy way to share by samba file sharing, but an 
> impediment is as above statement.
> However, TortoiseSVN is OK for file://AnyHostName/path_to_repository. 
> I do not know TortoiseSVN have different ra_local implementation, 
> or someelse tricky. 
> But..., I like 'svn' command line interface.
> --
> YT
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