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Re: SVNServe and Repositories

From: Nico Kadel-Garcia <nkadel_at_comcast.net>
Date: 2006-05-12 14:20:40 CEST

Nick Thompson wrote:

> 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....

It would, wouldn't it?

I've had difficulty getting the repository browser built into TortoiseSVN to
show all the repos, even when they work well in a normal web browser. And
the presence of an actual directory with the same name as the repositories
can cause real problems, such as a /var/www/html/svn/project directory, when
the project is actually in /var/www/svn/project. (I was leaving a warning
there to tell people to go use HTTPS instead, and never use HTTP, and it
caused problems.)

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