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Re: SVN for multiple users

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-01-27 22:55:29 CET

On Jan 27, 2007, at 06:19, Ramanathan Muthaiah wrote:

>> i would like to provide a SVN server for multiple users.
>> They should be able to manage their accounts/passwords and projects
>> (create and delete) them self.
>> Idially in their home directory.
>> Has anyone got a link or reference for me?
> How do you plan to enable access ? via command line or http ? If it is
> mostly via command line, then read the relevant chapters on "svnserve"
> in the latest SVN book.

That's not very good advice, because the protocol over which the
repository is served (http, https, svn, svn+ssh, file) has no bearing
on what client you use to access it (command-line client, GUI
client). True: serving with Apache happens to give you a read-only
view of the HEAD revision in a web browser, but merely the fact that
you don't need that functionality is no reason to dismiss serving a
repository with Apache; there can be other advantages as well,
depending on your situation. Conversely, the mere fact that you need
to see the repository in a web browser is no good reason (by itself)
to serve the repository via Apache; there are many web-based
repository viewers available (including ViewVC, WebSVN and Trac, to
name just a few) which can provide this feature regardless of the
repository serving protocol.

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