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Re: One Repository, Multiple URLs

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-07-04 10:55:03 CEST

On Jul 2, 2007, at 11:57, Cory Trese wrote:

> I have run into a Subversion question that I am unable to answer
> myself and I thought I would post it here in hope that someone can
> help me.
> Some background on my setup.
> Server:SVN 1.2, Apache 1.2, Windows 2003. 20-some repositories
> hosted using FSFS
> Clients: TortoiseSVN, WindowsXP

Please consider upgrading to Subversion 1.4.4. Subversion 1.2.x and
earlier are old and are no longer supported.

Presumably you mean Apache 2.2? Subversion repositories cannot be
hosted with anything less than Apache 2.0.

> My issue is that (for political reasons) I need to have the same
> repository known by two URLs. For example "/svn/group1_code" and "/
> svn/group2_code" both need to point to "src_code" in the repository.
> I have considered doing this in my Apache2 configuration using
> "SVNPath" instead of "SVNParentPath"
> I would have two configuration sections, both using SVNPath to link
> "/SubversionRepositories/src_code/" to "svn/group1_code" and "svn/
> group2_code" in svn.conf

That sounds like the way I'd tackle the problem.

> Is this possible? I am concerned that this may cause contention or
> some other side effect in the repository.

I assume it's possible. Why don't you give it a try and let us know
what happens?

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