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Re: Subversion at Root?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-03 17:19:17 CET

On Mar 3, 2006, at 16:51, Martin, John M. (Number Six Software) wrote:

> We currently have our subversion repositories available from the
> root of
> the web server so that, for example, a repository called repo is
> available at http://myhost/repo .
> We are using <Location / > and including a parent path so that any
> new
> repository I put in the parent directory is available as
> http://myhost/whatever
> We've been going on like this for a while and I like it. But, now I
> want
> to do some non-svn web stuff with this web server. I'd like to be
> able
> to now have regular web content served up from another directory,
> maybe
> at http://myhost/info or something.
> But if I create an Alias, it doesn't keep the system from trying
> subversion stuff on http://myhost/info calls.

It would probably be best to then move your Subversion repository to /
svn on the server, set that up using <Location /svn/>, and relocate
all your working copies over to that new location. Or you could set
up a totally separate vhost (svn.myhost).

If you insisted on getting it to work without changing the repository
URL, this recent discussion and a patch to Subversion should help:


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Received on Fri Mar 3 17:23:33 2006

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