When I execute those commands the result is:
nick_at_milamber:~$ svn info http://localhost/svn
svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn'
svn: PROPFIND of '/svn': 301 Moved Permanently (http://localhost)
nick_at_milamber:~$ svn info http://localhost/svn/MyUsers
Repository Root: http://localhost/svn/MyUsers
Repository UUID: b78c6875-8713-0410-9513-90acc480f7d0
Node Kind: directory
Last Changed Rev: 0
Last Changed Date: 2006-05-11 20:33:38 +0200 (Thu, 11 May 2006)
So it seems not to work. I guess our only workaround is to make svn
repository locations for each seperate repository and use the web
interface to get the names of the repositories.
Is this a usefull feature for future releases of Subversion?
----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----
Van: Mark Phippard <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Datum: donderdag, juli 20, 2006 3:32 pm
Onderwerp: Re: Listing repositories in Eclipse by svnparentpath
> email@example.com wrote on 07/20/2006 09:25:11 AM:
> > I couldn't decide where to post this problem, but I think this is
> the> right list instead of the subclipse one.
> > My problem in short is: when I put my repository parent path as
> > repository in eclipse it gives an error. (Propfind 301)
> > I have Apache2 with subversion 1.3.2 and configured it to use an
> > SvnParentPath and I created a few repositories in there.
> > Like this
> > /var/svn/repos <- SvnParentPath
> > /var/sv/repos/repo1 <- repo created with svnadmin
> > /var/sv/repos/repo2 <- repo created with svnadmin
> > I have the listing on, so when I go to http://localhost/svn with my
> > browser I can see the repositories, all fine.
> > When I use http://localhost/svn/repo1 as repository in eclipse,
> also no
> > problem.
> > What I wish to see is, that when I use http://localhost/svn as
> > repository location, it shows the different svn repositories, so
> I can
> > check them out and make Eclipse project for them.
> > Is this possible?
> I think we run the svn info command on the URL you provide, and I
> that would bomb out.
> Does svn ls work?
> In general, this isn't going to work in Subclipse anyway, as we
> store the
> repository root URL with the connection (which is why we run svn
> info). If
> the connection contains multiple repositories there is not going to
> anyway to have a valid root URL and we do need that in several places.
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