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Re: Where to locate repos (on Linux)

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_red-bean.com>
Date: 2007-11-02 23:17:27 CET

Micah Elliott <mde@micahelliott.com> writes:
> /var/svn
> /var/<groupname>/svn
> /localdisk/svn
> /var/local/svn
> I tend to use /var since it's deemed "variable", or changing
> data. The book (svnbook.org) uses /usr/local/svn, which sounds
> reasonable, but slightly in violation of FHS, since a repo is
> really "variable" data. So maybe /var/local/svn is best?
> I'd like to standardize on something going forward. What is your
> preference?

I and others I know seem to have standardized on /usr/local/svn/ or
something underneath that. For example,




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