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Accessing repository with svn vs. svn+ssh

From: Rick Haller <rphaller_at_dstsystems.com>
Date: 2007-07-17 19:34:06 CEST

I created a repository in /svnrepos. The repository was populated with
projects using cvs2svn.
The filesystem is berkely-db. We won't be using Apache, just svnserve.
I am able to checkout projects using svn: and svn+ssh: and commit
changes. However, there appears to be a discrepency between
the two protocols.

To use svn: the command looks like svn checkout
To use svn+ssh: the cmd looks like svn checkout

If I don't use the commands as shown above, I receive the following errors.
svn: URL 'svn://myserver/svnrepos/trunk/proj1' doesn't exist
svn: URL 'svn+ssh://myserver/trunk/proj1' doesn't exist

Can someone explain the difference and why ? Is there a way to use
the svn: protocol so that it includes "svnrepos" in the url ?

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