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Re: Going from file:/// to server

From: Kevin Grover <kevin_at_kevingrover.net>
Date: 2006-12-22 23:13:54 CET

You can just start an svnserve or Apache (with mod_svn) process and others
can access the repository (if they have permissions) via svn:// or http://

You can continue to use the file:// or switch to the other (your
preference).

It would make sense to switch if you have users/passwords set up through
svnserve or apache (to prevent accidental mods via the file:// checked out
code

For Apache you have the passwd list and/or the svn authz file. I've used
passwd but never authz. I'd guess the manual would be good at explaining
that...

- kevin

On 12/22/06, David Pratt <fairwinds@eastlink.ca> wrote:
>
> I have a repository I am using on a Mac using file:///path/to/my/repos.
> I am looking to have other developers access this remotely so will be
> transferring it to a server. Will anything need to be modified in
> existing repository for this work? I have not yet determined the best
> means of securing the code (to make it accessible to only the folks I
> want) at the moment. Advice on transferring and securing the repository
> would be appreciated.
>
> Regards,
> David
>
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