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Re: Multiple Repositories in a Windows Server

From: si <sshnug.si_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 14:10:32 +1030

> But I do not know how to access them on a Windows client machine (using
> TortoiseSVN). Could anyone help me please?

As others have said, setting the root location is the way to go.

This may also help you:

Another thing you may interested in is configuration files e.g. authz
and passwd don't have to live in the repos/conf directory. We version
control our files and store outside the repo, this makes management
easier e.g. adding a new user to give them access to all repositories.
I prefer relative paths but I think? absolute paths should also work.


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