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From Lorenz <loren...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: accessing my repository from another computer
Date Wed, 10 Oct 2012 13:00:55 GMT
Carmit Shiran wrote:
>I installed TortoiseSVN on my computer and I want to access my files in the
>repository I created on my local computer, from another computer.
>Is that possible? Can I just access via a path (e.g/ file://) ? what
>exactly should I write in the path? How do I specify on what computer is my
>repository?
>Do I need a server?
>It's only me, no other users so I'm trying to avoid using a server (which
>I'm also not familiar with). I prefer using a path or something simple.

using the file:// protocol is not recommended for other purposes then
local testing.

setting up svnserve quiet easy:

either run it from the command line as required

	svnserve -d --root <path-to-repo>

and close the command prompt when finished


or create a windows service (all in one line)

	sc create svnserve
	  binpath= "\"<path-to-TSVN-bin-folder>\svnserve.exe\"
	    --service --root \"<path-to-repo>\"" 
	      DisplayName="svnserve" depend= Tcpip

to run svnserve in the background automatically


see also http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.serverconfig.html
-- 

Lorenz


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