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Re: Desktop / Server configuration

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-05-03 02:14:16 CEST

On 5/2/06, Danny et Diane Fournier <dannyetdiane@sympatico.ca> wrote:
> Here is my setup:
> Server
> Subversion 1.3.1
> Windows 2000 + IIS
> - I have use the following wrapper to have it run as a service
> (http://clanlib.org/~mbn/svnservice/)
> - I have created a repository and imported a specific folder of the website
> Desktop
> Windows XP SP2
> Eclipse 3.1.2
> Subclipse 1.0.x
> My questions are:
> - I'm attempting to connect using svn://192.168.x.x through Subclipse and
> its telling me that a repository cannot be found. Do I have to run something
> else on the server in order for it to connect (svnserve)?

Yes, you do need svnserve running. But above you said that you used
the wrapper to run something as a service?

> - Will I need to copy the web files from my server to my desktop (and work
> on them) in order to have something to compare with or can I access the
> files directly that were imported to create my repository using
> Eclipse/Subclipse?

Check out the project from the repository via Eclipse, and you're set,
assuming you use Eclipse for all your work with the files, including
diffs, etc.

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