Thank you very much.
On 07/22/2011 02:36 AM, Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Jul 21, 2011, at 06:54, Andy Canfield wrote:
>> The browser, when pointing to http://localhost/svn/RepoName, gives this answer
>> RepoName - Revision 0: /
>> Powered by Subversion version 1.6.12 (r955767).
>> This is true whether RepoName is 'sample' or 'example'. Of course, the only thing mod_dav_svn needs to do in this case is to read the repository, and all files and directories are readable by everyone, regardless of whether they are owned by root or andy.
> Looks normal to me. It's showing you there is a repository, and it is empty.
>> So the browser access mechanism has no commands to control a repository, only to describe it?
> It shows you the contents of the HEAD of the repository. There are also URL parameters you can add to look at previous revisions of files. But that's about it. If you want more detailed views into your repository, install a tool dedicated to that purpose, like WebSVN, Trac or ViewVC.
Thank you for the three leads. I have installed all three from Ubuntu
and will try them out.
>> Logically this might make sense; however I would expect that http://localhost/svn would be capable of listing the repositories
> It is. You need to add "SVNListParentPath On" to your httpd configuration. Just as directory listings are off in Apache by default for security reasons, so showing a list of repositories is off by default in Subversion.
>> and creating new repositories.
> Sorry, that's not a feature of the mod_dav_svn web interface. Administration functions, like creating and deleting repositories and users, is expected to be done by the sysadmin on the command line of the server. If you want a web interface for that, there are other administration-oriented web interfaces you could install, like SVNManager.
For some strange reason SVNManager is not available through the Ubuntu
Linux 11.04 distribution interface. So I'll hold off on that.
Thanks for the leads.
Received on 2011-07-23 09:52:42 CEST