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Accessing single repo w/ multiple host names

From: Michael Xenakis <xenakis_at_serv.net>
Date: Sun, 4 Jan 2009 11:02:45 -0800 (PST)

Happy New Year all!

I was hoping someone could provide some insight on SVN administration and an issue I'm having. I've recently (yesterday) setup a repository to help me organize my school projects and class work. My home network is pretty lightweight - which is to say I have no internal DNS. Therefore, when importing and doing my initial checkout, I referenced the server using it's internal name - to be more specific:

I did that as it's quicker than having all the traffic exit the network and return. Now, however, I'm trying to test that I'll be able to access the server externally as well, i.e., svn+ssh://external.domain.name/...

When running a status on my checked repository, I'm told that it's not a working copy:
svn: warning: 'svn+ssh://external.domain.name/Volumes/dumpster_diver/svn_root' is not a working copy

My thought is this is the result of the .svn/entries file listing minitron.local as the SVN server while I'm trying to now point to external.domain.name. Given, however, that I know they're the same repository, is there a way to (easily / quickly) get SVN to treat the server names the same?

As I'll be accessing the repo both from home and school, it would be nice to have the option of using the internal network for speed when at home.



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