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Re: svn:externals that allow developer and anon access?

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-07-10 20:13:53 CEST

Thomas Harold <tgh@tgharold.com> writes:
> noah wrote:
>> I've been using svn:externals to incorporate one of my projects stored
>> on another server into another project I'm working on. I used an
>> external with https so I could make commits to both repositories.
>> This is all well and dandy, but now I need to allow anonymous access
>> to the whole project, but whenever anyone checks it out anonymously it
>> asks for their credentials for the https repository, which they don't
>> have.
>> Is there a way (without switching to svnserve) to have an alternate
>> externals definition for anonymous access?
> I'm wondering if cases like this will be fixed once svn:externals
> supports relative URLs? Is this still planned for an upcoming SVN
> release (or was I dreaming)?

Planned, but no one (as far as I know, could be wrong...) actively
working on it right now. Er, patches welcome! ;-)


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