My previous posts about Subversion on Debian Linux (installing, configuring, backported packages) showed how I installed and configured my local repository that I use for my home projects. I also used these tutorials when installing Subversion at work.
After creating a couple of repositories for different teams (all within the base
/svn directory) I noticed that my Apache configuration file was starting to look a little repetitive:
# Subversion - team AI plan on creating at least two more repositories for other teams and so this was repetition was starting to bother me. A colleague pointed out that
# Subversion - team B
SVNParentPath(scroll about 1/4 down) should be the solution.
I rewrote my conf file to be the following:
Now any repositories that are created within the parent
/svndirectory will be available via
http://some-url/svn/<repository name>, so my existing repository become:
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