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Re: Svn 1.4 on slackware

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-26 00:37:09 CEST

On Mar 25, 2007, at 18:20, Colleen Dick wrote:

> OK I think I see what the problem is, the newly installed
> svn doesnt know where the repository is. Create will create a new one
> but I'm rather attached to my old one, give it has 2 yrs worth of
> work.
> Where's the reattach commend.
> I copied the old one back to the same place on the file system, How
> can
> I just tell svn where it is?

There is no "reattach command", nor any reason for one. Depending on
what server you're using to serve the repository (apache or
svnserve), simply configure that server to tell it where the
repository is. If you're using apache, set the proper repository path
in your httpd.conf, in the SVNPath or SVNParentPath line. You said
you're using svnserve, so you need to figure out where on Slackware
the configuration file is that starts svnserve, and fix it to use the
repository root parameter to tell it where your repository is.

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