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Re: mod_dav_svn and Apache <Location> directive

From: MichaŽl Bruneel <m_at_alethes.be>
Date: Sat, 12 Nov 2011 02:22:28 +0100

  Hi Philip,

  IMHO, given <Location ~ "^/(?!viewvc)" > and URL '/', mod_dav_svn
should be able to understand the regular expression and treat '/' as
both the path to the repository and the path inside the repository. It
should not use raw '(?!viewvc)' data as it does now.

  I understand that this behaviour could be a problem when the
repository itself contains a viewvc/ directory and it's better to use
totally separated URL. The point was to keep the URL and not force users
to relocate their working copy.

  Thanks for your help. Regards,

MichaŽl Bruneel
On sam, nov 05, 2011 at 10:13:36 +0000, Philip Martin wrote:
> MichaŽl Bruneel <m_at_alethes.be> writes:
> >     <Location ~ "^/(?!viewvc)" >
> >       DAV svn
> >       SVNPath /srv/svnroot/myproject
> >     </Location>
> Given <Location /foo/bar> and an URL '/foo/bar/zig/zag' mod_dav_svn
> treats '/foo/bar' as the path to the repository and '/zig/zag' as the
> path inside the repository.
> How would you Location work?  Where does '/foo/bar/zig/zag' get divided?
> -- 
> Philip

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