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Re: Browsing repositories?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-05-17 20:44:59 CEST

On May 17, 2007, at 12:57, John Blumel wrote:

> I have viewvc set up and can browse all the repositories under
> root_parents with that, and, since we are using apache2 to provide
> repository access, I can also browse the head revisions (under
> SVNParentPath) directly. And, I can access individual repositories
> using the usual suspects. But, it seems that actually browsing/
> listing starting with a list of repositories isn't possible using
> the svn command line client, TortoiseSVN or RapidSVN.
> A couple of questions...
> 1. Does this just nor work? Or, alternatively, does this work for
> anyone?

There is no way to get a list of repositories using the command-line
client. I do not use TortoiseSVN or RapidSVN; you may want to ask on
their mailing lists.

> 2. Assuming it doesn't work, should this be considered a bug (I
> couldn't find any relevant issues filed), or is my idea that it
> should work merely a philosophical difference of opinion with the
> developers. It seems that it should at least work in the
> TortoiseSVN Repository Browser and Rapid SVN, although, they may
> depend on the command line client for what they do. (Do they?)
> Anyway, my thoughts are that if there is the concept of
> SVNParentPath, I ought to be able to use that as a starting point
> with any of the available tools/clients.

I assume TortoiseSVN, RapidSVN and other clients use the Subversion
libraries (not the command-line client), but I imagine that the
libraries don't provide a way to get this information.

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