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From Boudewijn Ector <>
Subject [users@httpd] Determining the requested path
Date Mon, 19 Mar 2007 21:02:04 GMT
Hi guys,

I've got a question about determining which SVN-repository will be 
served using mod_svn.
Currently, this is in httpd.conf:

<Location /svn/repos>
        DAV svn
        AuthType Basic
        AuthName "Subversion repository"
        SVNParentPath /var/svn

        Auth_PG_host localhost
        Auth_PG_port 5432
        Auth_PG_user apache
        Auth_PG_pwd demos684
        Auth_PG_database apache_auth
        Auth_PG_pwd_table valid_users
        Auth_PG_uid_field username
        Auth_PG_pwd_field password
        Auth_PG_encrypted off

                Require valid-user


This code serves the SVN repos (which reside in /var/svn) great,
 but I'd like to be able to grant users access to repos on a per-repository basis.

To do so, I decided to implement the mod_pgsql where-clause, but in order to do so I need
to know which path\repository is being requested.

Can anyone help me? (I've been looking at the httpd homepage, some dutch fora, the official
gentoo forum and the mod_pgsql homepage).
My specs:

apache-2.0.59 on Gentoo GNU/Linux (~amd64)

Thanks in advance,

Boudewijn Ector

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