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Re: Confused subversion?

From: Thomas Harold <tgh_at_tgharold.com>
Date: 2007-06-21 04:47:02 CEST

markph wrote:
> Preston and I emailed and I wanted to add the solution here so that others
> Googling after us have the full/final solution. Thank you Preston!
> What we are trying to solve is having:
> http://svn.domainname.com/projectname/
> Most of the examples have you use 'domainname.com/svn/projectname/'.

A few clarification questions (I've forgotten the original thread and
can't find it). Are you using a single repository where "projectname"
is a top level folder within the repository or are you saying that each
"projectname" are their own repositories?

I remember (vaguely) that there's a reason why, with a single
repository, that you don't want it to be aliased(?) to the root folder
in Apache. I think it has to do with files that Apache needs in the
root folder which can't be done if the root folder points directly at a
repository. Or maybe I'm confusing http access with WebDAV
functionality (or is it one and the same)?

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