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Re: Hosted SVN works... how?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007b_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-08-26 01:24:01 CEST

On Aug 25, 2007, at 18:05, Bjorn Boulder wrote:

> I am new to the world of hosted SVN.
> I've used SVN a bit on my Mac.
> I'd like to use SVN on devjavu to act as a repository for some code
> I'm writing.
> Currently on my Mac, I setup a repository like this:
> REPOS_ROOT=/pt/w/hp/svn4w10
> mkdir -p $REPOS_ROOT
> svnadmin create --fs-type=fsfs $REPOS_ROOT/$PROJECT
> svn mkdir --message="Initial project layout" $REPOS/trunk $REPOS/tags
> $REPOS/branches
> svn commit --message="New Rails project"
> How would I do something equivalent on SVN which is not local?

Instead of accessing the repository via the local file:/// protocol,
you'll use a network protocol, like svn://, svn+ssh://, http:// or
https://. You'll have to ask devjavu which of those they use, and
what the URL to your repository will be.

To initially create the repository, you do need to be on the local
filesystem. In the case of devjavu, the "svnadmin create" step seems
to be accomplished via their web interface instead.

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