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the simplest possible question

From: KEITH GUNN <keithgunn_at_mehermail.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Sep 2009 18:28:39 -0700

Hi, good Samaritans,

I'm new to subversion, but I have a server and a subversion instance
set up on one of my windows vista machines (named lifeware), and a
client on another, connected via the usual network hardware, and able
to see each other through various network protocols. I also have both
Apache and synserve set up on the server., the machine that holds the
repository (mistake, but I leapt before I looked). The server is
showing that it has running Apache and synserve services.

From the command line on the client, I try to access the server,
unsuccessfully. But, from the command line on the server machine, I
can access the subversion repository just fine. The repository is at
c:\svn_repository\repos and has a tree in it called tape_tracking that
contains my files in its trunk.

When apache was set up, it announced that the repository path was
c:\svn_repository and it was listening on localhost:80. synserve may
have announced a port of 3690 -- something did but I may have been
going too fast.

When I try to execute svn ls on the client, I use a url that it doesn't like:

//lifeware/repos, or //lifeware:80/repos or http://lifeware.repos
doesn't work, and neither does any obvious variation with more stuff
after repos.

Any idea how to invoke my subversion repository from my client
machine? I feel quite close to the answer, but not.



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