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Re: subversion is giving me a headache

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-08 17:25:29 CET

On Mar 7, 2006, at 16:14, yvonne maina wrote:

> hey there ,i am working on a project on svn ,i have made a
> repository on my local machine and it works. the problem is
> accessing it on a remote repository coz i have an installed
> vmware on the machine next to me .how do i get to access my
> documents and make changes to them ,is it trough command line? i
> have installed subclipse(eclipse)but once i put in the address it
> says its a wrong url mark you i have installed my eclipse on home/
> myname/
> the command line i access through file:///var/svn/my repos/

file:/// access is intended only for testing or for use on a single
machine only. At least, it's best at those things. For remote access
from another machine, you'd be best served by setting up a server,
using either svnserve or apache2. This is described in the book. See
http://svnbook.org/

> and this adds home/myname/file:///var....................... and
> it thus gives the message url wrong

That sounds like a question for the Subclipse folks. They have their
own mailing list.

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