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Re: SVNServe and Repositories

From: Nick Thompson <nickthompson_at_agere.com>
Date: 2006-05-11 13:00:38 CEST

On Thursday 11 May 2006 11:52, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On May 11, 2006, at 08:39, Schlup, Herbert wrote:
> >>> But my problem is now that I like to have more than one
> >>> repository on
> >>> this machine. How can I do this? I tried to make a folder and
> >>> create several repositories below that and use the foldername
> >>> in the command
> >>> to start the service. But then the Repository Browser tells me
> >>> that there
> >>> is no repository.
> >>
> >> The repo browser can not list the repositories. That's no
> >> limitation of TSVN, but svnserve does not provide the
> >> information. There have been several discussion about this on
> >> the mailing lists.
> >>
> >> To get to your repositiories, you need to append the repository
> >> name, that is the repositorys folder name, to the URL.
> >
> > Ok, but when I install Apache this works well?
> Yes, the Apache module contains code that provides a listing of
> repositories. From what other people are saying, it seems that
> svnserve does not contain any comparable code.

This is true - we use it here :-) However, it only makes the repo list
visible from a web browser. Command line svn doesn't have a command
or option to make the repo list available - which would be handy for
scripting for example. I don't know if TSVN supports such a listing.

Mind you I'm still only using 1.3.0....

> Nick Thompson
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