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SVN over mounted/mapped FTP drive.

From: Eric Berry <elberry_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 5 Jun 2008 12:49:34 -0700

I currently have a personal repository which is hosted locally but stored on
my ipod. This worked great for me previously because I had a mac at home and
a mac at work. Since the ipod gets mounted at the same location each time I
could easily run svnserve locally and just have it point to the repository
on the external drive.

However, I've since changed jobs and I'm now working on windows.

I found this site explaining the use of netdrive to mount an FTP site as a
local drive.


I thought that I might be able to use this to bridge the operating system

My question is if I map the FTP site as a drive on windows, run svnserve
locally and have it point to the (remote) drive, would I be able to do the
same thing on my mac at home? Has anyone tried anything like this across

Thanks for any help,

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Received on 2008-06-05 21:50:08 CEST

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