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Re: Subversion and Remote User

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-02-20 19:54:50 CET

On 2/20/06, Scott Purcell <spurcell@vertisinc.com> wrote:
> Win xp
> Subversion 1.3.0
> I have a working "repository" on a box at home. I have been able to import
> projects into the repository, and work on them "command-line" from the same
> box where it lives.
> Now I want to try and access this repository from my other computer, or
> from work. In the Subversion PDF book, I am not seeing where or how this is
> accomplished. I would think that credentials would come into play here.
> Also, I guess there is no command line remotely, so on a PC, I would have to
> assume that all front end-work is done with the TourtoiseSVN?

This has nothing to do with what SVN client you're using and
everything to do with your access method. There are 5 possible
protocols (ok, really 3 since 2 are variations on another pair) for
accessing the repository:


All but file:// work across a network (by design/definition), so as
long as you have a route to the remote host and the right ports open,
you can use any SVN client to access it remotely. And you can access
a single repository with any of these methods assuming the server is
configured for it. I thought this was covered pretty well chapter 6.

> If someone could give me pages to reference this, or ideas it would be
> appreciated.

Chapter 6 of The Book.
explains how you can access the repository with multiple schemes.

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