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Re: tunneling & svn:externals issue?

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2009 03:22:06 -0600

On Feb 3, 2009, at 08:58, grusaren_at_yahoo.se wrote:

> One solution is to go into every individual repository and manually
> do a svn switch --relocate on each of the externals you want to use
> with a tunnel, without changing the svn:externals property.
> This way the original project and those who don't need to use the
> tunnel can checkout and update normally, and those in need of
> tunneling just have to tweek their local repositories.
> This is a horrible solution but it seems to me that it is the only
> way of doing it.

You did not quote the message you are replying to and it's not in my
Subversion mailbox or trash... Are you really replying to a message
that's 5 years old, as the archive indicates, or is the timestamp on
that message wrong?


In any case, the solution to the issue today is to use relative URL
paths in your svn:externals definition, so that it doesn't contain
the hostname. This requires all clients to upgrade to at least
Subversion 1.5.



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