So the only one you had marked was the svnserve-wrapper ? in Make config

No, I just used the default config. You don't need svnserve-wrapper (what ever that is). You just run svnserve as a daemon, and access it like svn://host.name/project/trunk/


Note the importance of PF to control access, otherwise, your svn server will be wide open. But since PF allows me (or rather, any one or process using an allowed IP address) to access the repository without authentication, use is really simple and straight forward.

This is a pretty simple set up and probably only works well for single-user repositories, but that's exactly my situation.

-- John

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