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Re: running svn server locally on OS X?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006Q1_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-03-31 10:48:01 CEST

On Mar 31, 2006, at 01:14, Peter Michaux wrote:

>> I think I originally used a port from fink or darwinports, but I
>> think there is a standalone installer that can be installed found at
>> http://idisk.mac.com/wsanchez/Public/Software/packages/
>> You access this with the Go>Connect To Server... menu item in the
>> Finder. I think he has svn 1.2.3 for Mac OS 10.3.9 and svn 1.3.0 for
>> Mac OS 10.4. This includes installers for the subversion server and
>> everything else you need to run through Apache or svnserve.
> Thanks for the info. I installed the package and the svnadmin command
> seems to be working. Now I don't know what to do. It looks like I need
> Apache 2. I don't know if I am running Apache 2. How do I know? I am
> using OS X 10.3.9.

Mac OS X comes with Apache 1, not Apache 2. Mac OS X Server comes
with an optional Apache 2, but I presume you're not running Server.

You do not absolutely need to be running Apache. You can also serve
repositories using svnserve or, if it's just for you, then with no
server and just via the file:/// protocol.

Surely installation instructions and all these kinds of questions are
adequately answered by the Subversion Book.... http://svnbook.org

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