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Re: svnserve running as on-demand daemon process on Mac OS X

From: Quinn Taylor <quinntaylor_at_mac.com>
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 10:09:06 -0600

I already replied with a sample launchd script, but again, you don't
really need a separate user. (This may depend on your level of control
on the machine.) I just installed all my repositories in a /svn
directory at the root of the boot volume. Some people prefer /
subversion or some other variant.

If you'd like to have the directory be invisible, and you have the
Xcode tools installed, you can use this command:

        /Developer/Tools/SetFile -a V /svn

This will set the invisible bit, such as is the case for many of the
invisible directories in the root volume, such as /usr, /tmp, etc.
(Note that the file will not actually turn invisible until the Finder
is relaunched.)

TinkerTool should also work for making files/directories invisible.

  - Quinn

On Jul 19, 2008, at 4:36 PM, Jim Anderson wrote:

> I'm looking for an example launchd plist for running svnserve. I
> have created a subversion user account to house the repository and
> would like to issues svnserve requests from other user accounts.
> Thanks,
> Jim

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