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Re: svn:internals"?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-08-24 09:27:35 CEST

On Aug 23, 2006, at 22:25, Eric Lemes wrote:

>>> ext/prd => link to /module1/branches/1.0 and /module2/branches/1.1
>>> ext/prd => link to /module1/trunk and /module2/trunk
>>> Is there any way to do this?
>> You can do it with svn:externals. I'd guess most people use the
>> feature
>> for just this purpose. There has been talk of creating an
>> svn:internals
>> property some day. Since it would know the paths were in the same
>> repository, there are a few things it could potentially handle
>> better than
>> the current svn:externals solution. That being said,
>> svn:externals works
>> pretty well.
> I don't want to create the link with http://myserver/repospath.
> I have 2 IP addresses for internal / external access and this will
> make my structure not work correctly (don't try to understand my
> infrastructure configuration, it's really a mess). Links to
> relative path isn't supported by svn yet?

That is correct. Subversion supports only complete URLs in
svn:externals. No absolute or relative paths, though it's been


Can't you just create a hostname which maps to the correct IP address
depending on whether you're accessing from inside or outside your
network, and use that hostname for all repo access? This worked great
for us.

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