As you may have noticed, a couple of days ago I disabled the web-interface on svn.debian.org. This was done to prevent ViewCVS from leaving stale locks in repositories, which is a problem that has been plagueing is for a long time. Normal anonymous access via svnserve and write access via svn+ssh still works normally. Over the past months I have been slowly working on a new machine that will replace haydn to use arch, svn, and Alioth. That machine is now approaching the stage where we can start thinking about moving services to it. As a first test I made a copy of all svn repositories on it and enabled svnserve access as well as a webinterface. You can reach it as follows: svnserve: svn://costa.wiggy.net/<repo> web : http://costa.wiggy.net/svn/<repo> Since it is a copy you will not see any commits made since yesterday. Wichert. -- Wichert Akkerman <email@example.com> It is simple to make things. http://www.wiggy.net/ It is hard to make things simple.
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