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Re: using SVN repo as a regular website with apache

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2009a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: Thu, 26 Feb 2009 20:42:42 -0600

On Feb 26, 2009, at 07:49, erwan.lacoste_at_ext.ec.europa.eu wrote:

> My requirement is a bit tricky. Due to company's limitations, I
> would very much like to host my javadoc website over SVN.
> The SVN repos are accessible through apache in a very classic mode.
> Is there anyway to add a property to the folder so the dav_svn
> doesn't process is as a simple source output, but "gives back the
> hand" to classic HTML processing?

Set the appropriate MIME types on every file you add to the
repository. For example, to see HTML processed in the web browser,
set the svn:mime-type property of the html file to "text/html" and
commit. Do the same for images, JavaScript files, CSS files, etc.,
using the appropriate MIME type for each.


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