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Re: Can I host a svn repository on apache-1.3?



On 4/2/06, Jim MacBaine <jmacbaine@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello,
>
> I've got a system running Sarge with apache 1.3 and I would like to
> offer a subversion repository via webdav.  I installed the
> libapache-dav package, created a directory and enabled DAV for it.
> The webdav server works well: I can access it with webdav clients
> (konqueror, windows xp webfolder), I can create files, directories,
> etc.  But how do I get svn to store its files there?
>
> I tried "svn import . http://server/project-name";, but it alwas returns
> "svn: The VCC property was not found on the resource"
>
> I tried to create an svn repository on the server with svnadmin, it
> did not help.  Does subversion require more than a simple webdav
> server?  Unfortunately svnserve is not an option, and an upgrade to
> apache2 would require a lot of work.
>
> Regards,
> Jim
>
> <Directory /var/www/project-name>
>     Options +SymLinksIfOwnerMatch  +Indexes
>     DAV on
>     AuthName "projectname-svn"
>     AuthType basic
>     AuthUserFile /some/file/name
>     Require user blah
> </Directory>
>

See http://subversion.tigris.org/faq.html#multiple-apachim

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