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Re: Setting Subversion over http on IIS

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-05 14:34:40 CET

On 11/5/06, Miguel Mateo <miguel.mateo@ambersolutions.com> wrote:
> I am new in Subversion but so far it seems great for what we need. Is there
> any link out there explaining how to set it up over HTTP/HTTPS on IIS 5 or
> above? Is it really needed it if we can configure the SVN protocol to go
> through our firewall, meaning are there any advantages to do it via HTTP
> instead of SVN port 3690?

Subversion doesn't run under IIS, only as an Apace 2 module.

If you can open up a port for svnserve (3690 is only the default, I
think you can use another one) on the firewall, you don't need to run
Apache - but you'd probably be best off using an SSH server in
conjunction with it for security.

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