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Re: apache2 subversion repository browsing

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-03-19 15:53:23 CET

Adolf Schwarz wrote:
> Hi,
> I run an apache2 server that hosts several SVN repositories. SVN
> works, authorization works, Repository Browsing works.
> Now I am looking for a way to show a list of all repositories hosted.
> I provide the repositories via the "SVNParentPath" directive.
> SVNParentPath points to a directory where all repositories are stored.
> AuthzSVN manages the authorization.
> So when I browse to the URL "www.myserver.at/repos/somerepository/" I
> can browse in the repository "somerepository". But when I browse to
> "www.myserver.at/repos/" I get a "403 Forbidden" error (after
> authentication).
> Is it possible to list all hosted repositories automatically? Or even
> better only the repositories where the user has access to?

Getting into access models can get..... interesting. But I find the ViewVC
tool to be very helpful. Formerly called ViewCVS, it's been expanded to
handle SVN as well. It's at http://viewvc.tigris.org.

The SVN access tool doesn't seem to really have a model of what to do if
you're looking directly at the ParentPath location of all the Subversion
locations. You could build something cute to do it, if you like.

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