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Re: Repository browsing

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2008c_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2008 16:28:04 -0500

On Oct 28, 2008, at 06:02, Robin.Gueldenpfennig_at_enercon.de wrote:

> I got a still containing little problem with the function to browse
> the
> root folder of the different repositories via HTTP.
> The root folder URL is: https://server.de/SVN_ROOT/
> Repository URL's look like this: https://server.de/SVN_ROOT/
> Repository
> When I use the direct URL to a repository I can browse the trunk,
> branches,
> eg.
> But when accessing the direct root URL I get an access violation.
> So I checked the location definition in the apache config and
> marked the
> svnaccessfile out. Now it's working fine. I can access the root
> folder and
> browse directly the repositories. Negative effect is, that the user
> access
> management does not exist anymore.
> How can I fix that? I think it must be a property in the
> svnaccessfile...

I think it's this bug, which has a workaround listed in the notes:


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