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Re: Determine repositor based on ssh host

From: Clint Priest <cpriest_at_warpmail.net>
Date: 2005-12-28 06:14:38 CET

That should work, thanks!

Max Bowsher wrote:
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> Clint Priest wrote:
>> Hey there,
>> I'm new to using subversion and it just rocks, quite amazing! I'm
>> trying to figure out how I can do something similar to virtual hosting,
>> except using ssh.
>> Ideally I would like to be able to do something like:
>> svn checkout svn+ssh://user@host1.example.com/project/trunk
>> -and-
>> svn checkout svn+ssh://user@host2.example.com/project2/trunk
>> Where host1.example.com and host2.example.com are really the same
>> machine, however authenticating by the different host would select a
>> different 'svnserve -r /path/to/repos' command.
>> Can you think of any way to do this?
> The only possibility I can see is if the two hostnames actually resolve
> to separate IP addresses - i.e. IP-based virtual hosting, not name-based
> virtual-hosting. If this was the case, you could replace svnserve with a
> wrapper which looked at the SSH_CONNECTION environment variable.
> Max.
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