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RE: SVN URL rewrite - issue

From: Bob Archer <bob.archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2009 16:42:32 -0400

> I want to avoid a using port number along with svn URL(we have many applications, it is very tough to remember the port#) >and checkout/check-in code. You guys may tell use port 80, so I don't have to specify the port. Real problem is some other >application already running on port 80, so I can't change that. More over I want to use the same box(because this is very high >end with high storage machine). What I did was installed apache http server in some other box with port# 80 and wrote URL >rewriting.

Ok, I'm not an apache expert, but isn't it possible to just configure something like a virtual directory or virtual named host? They way you can still use port 80 just have a seperate path like:

http://myserver.com/svn

Or a different URL:

http://svn.myserver.com

Both of those would be mapped to mod_svn?

???

BOb

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