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Directory structure for repositories

From: Glazner Ryan S Contr 412 RANS/ENR <ryan.glazner.ctr_at_edwards.af.mil>
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 11:41:09 -0800

I have a Windows 2003 Server running Apache 2.2 with (I believe) the
most current Subversion. I want my SVN to look something like this:


C:\svn <-- SVN root for SVNParentPath

C:\svn\Projects\ProjectA <-- Sample repo within subdirectory of svn root

C:\svn\Personal\MyRepo <-- Another sample repo parallel to the above in


I have this set up already on the drive, with the following Apache


<Location /svn>

            DAV svn

            SVNParentPath C:\svn

            AuthType Basic

            AuthUserFile C:\svn\svn-passwd

            AuthzSVNAccessFile C:\svn\authz

            Require valid-user



With this setup, it seems I can create a new repo at C:\svn\(repo), but
if I try to do something like C:\svn\Projects\(MyProjectRepo), Apache
chops up all of the incoming URLs (i.e.
http://server/svn/Projects/MyProjectRepo) to read a repo named Projects.
I thought the SVNParentPath was supposed to allow multiple repositories
under it. Is there a way around this? I've been trying different things
with all of the different configurations for weeks trying to get
something like this to work.



Ryan Glazner
Received on 2008-01-15 20:48:17 CET

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