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RE: svnserve - how to test

From: Steven Whatmore <Stevenw_at_sigmasoft.ca>
Date: 2006-12-22 15:19:09 CET

Season's Greetings,
Please ignore that previous post, I should of RTFM.
I used the svn checkout command locally specifying the svn://<<ip of
local machine>>/project and it worked (in hindsight that should have
been obvious).
I am now up and running with my connection to SVN from Eclipse

From: Steven Whatmore
Sent: Friday, December 22, 2006 8:29 AM
To: subversion users
Subject: svnserve - how to test
Season's Greeting
I have just completed an install of Subversion on RHEL 3 and need to
figure out how to test svnserve locally.
I have successfully created a Repository using the svnadmin command, but
am unable to connect to my sever from my development environment
I am assuming that it is some sort of firewall issue, but prior to
heading down that path, I would like to confirm that the daemon
"svnserve" is functioning properly first.
I would like to do this locally on the machine holding the repository
and running the svnserve process
Any ideas?
Steve Whatmore
Technical Lead Web Development
Sigma Software Solutions
Received on Fri Dec 22 15:19:57 2006

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