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Re: Web access zu subversion repository through apache

From: Kevin Grover <kevin_at_kevingrover.net>
Date: 2007-08-04 00:19:48 CEST

On 8/3/07, Merlin <merlin_x@fastmail.fm> wrote:
> Hi there,
> I am new to subversion and just successfully installed it as stand alone
> deamon and created the repository. After checking all the files in, I
> found a mayor problem which I do hope somebody here could help me with.
> Until now I was developing a LAMP application on a suse machine. After I
> was satisfied with the results of the development, I tar ziped the
> entire folder uploaded it to the live machine and installed it there.
> Now that I use subversion, there is one mayor problem:
> On the development server I can not access the files in the repository
> with apache, since I do not find those files. Where are they living?

These are RTFM issues. The SVN server manages a database. The files
in that database are NOT meant for human mucking.

> Another problem is that since I can not find the files, I can not tar
> zip them and upload them to the live server.
> Can somebody give me a hint where to find them and how to set this up to
> get it working?

You _can_ check them out (or export them) on the server, and then tar
up the output.

svn co svn://server/repo/trunk outdir
svn export svn://server/repo/trunk outdir

server = your server machine
repo = name of you repository
outdir = directory (which will be created) for output files

(You may need to supply a user name if the account you use on the
server is not a valid subversion user: --user username)

NOTE: The export command does NOT create the .svn subdirectories (so
it's not really a working copy).

Another option: cd into the apache htdocs tree where the deployed
version lives, and check out and in-place copy
cd /var/apache/httpd/web/path/to/my/app
svn co svn://server/repo/trunk . # NOTICE the . at the end

Now, you can just do an update in the working copy on the server.
NOTE: You need to look into this before doing it: make sure your trunk
is always stable, disable the .svn directories from apache access,

- kevin

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