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Re: Multi-repositories listing

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-08-06 19:23:08 CEST

On Aug 6, 2007, at 09:36, ISIT - Service Technique wrote:

> I have a lot of repositories to manage ( for some internal reasons
> we can't
> use only one repository). I'm using SVNservice (internal Server)
> which is
> working fine with Tortoise. Each repository contains a lot of
> projects.
> Unfortunately, it is quite difficult for a user which search/add a
> project
> to remind the complete list of repositories available and select
> the right
> one.
> My problem is that it is no way to have the list of repositories
> registered
> by the server.
> I don't know if this request was already done but it would be
> great to have
> a svn command that would list all the repositories available. In
> this case,
> the user would be able to select the repository he wants to browse...

The only way to currently get a list of repositories is to have all
the repositories in a single directory on the server like /var/svn,
to serve the repositories using Apache 2 using the directive
"SVNParentPath /var/svn", to turn on the listing of repositories with
the directive "SVNListParentPath on", and to view the root URL in a
web browser. Even with all this, there is no way to view the list of
repositories in an SVN client like the svn command or TortoiseSVN.
The only way to view it is in a web browser.

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