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Re: Networked respository

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-10-24 14:48:01 CEST

On 10/24/06, Andreas Schweigstill <andreas@schweigstill.de> wrote:
> Dear Brian!
> Brian Erickson schrieb:
> > However, I'd really like to do this without have to define a network
> > drive. Is this possbile?
> Yes, of course. You just have to follow the preferred way of using a
> Subversion repository. For this you have to install a Subversion server
> on the machine holding the repositories ("snidely"). No network share
> has to be created resp. mounted by the clients.
> The server can be based on a stand-alone server process (svnserve) or
> on an Apache HTTP server. svnserve uses only one TCP port (default:
> 3690). Both don't depend on any Microsoft-like stuff (SMB, CIFS, ...).

Should you however want to stay with the 'file:' protocol, you can use
the file://<server>/<share> syntax in combination with Windows share
and a FSFS repository. That does however assume you have all
prerequisites to run your hookscripts on all systems able to access
the share.




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