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Re: dav_svn and directory hierarchie

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 02:57:36 -0600

On Jan 21, 2009, at 18:42, Yves Dorfsman wrote:

> Yves Dorfsman wrote:
>> I want to bury my repositories under directories, something like:
>> /svn/marketing/US/proj1
>> US/proj2
>> EU/proja
>> EU/projb
>> sales/newcustomers/tracking/traditional
>> /web
>> etc....
>> The last direcotries (the ones at the bottom of the trees) are all
>> subversion repositories.
>> Now, if I put:
>> SVNParentPath /svn
>> in my httpd.conf, and move proj1 into /svn, I can browse, check
>> out etc...
>> my project, but as soon as I create one extra layer (eg:
>> /svn/marketing/proj1), then I cannot access my project, neither
>> with a
>> browser, nor with svn.
>> I tried to add "SVNListParentPath on" (and restarted the server),
>> but that
>> did not change anything.
>> Is there a way to do this with dav_svn ?
> I cannot believe nobody run into this problem before. It is typical
> of CVS
> servers to have multiple "modules" under one "repository", and
> multilple
> "repositories" under one "root". A "CVS module" correspond to a
> subversion
> repository. I cannot believe that people have hundreds of svn
> repositories
> into one directory ?
> How do you address this ?

The issue has come up several times on this list before. I agree it
would be useful for SVNParentPath to support a hierarchy of
repositories. Unfortunately, it does not support that today.


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