Review board works with remote SVN repositories.  This is how is set up (SVN lives on google code,
review board lives on a VM hosted in a colo).

There's not currently a way to make sure the repository is added
correctly beyond posting a diff correctly. One thing that may help
with posting diffs is to use the post-review tool (which lives in
contrib/tools/ in the reviewboard directory). This will also behave
much better with moved/branched files.


On Thu, Oct 9, 2008 at 5:56 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> I'm running reviewboard on Linux and wondering if it's possible to
> setup with a remote svn repository (hosted on a machine in the same
> domain). Or does the repository need to be local to the reviewboard
> server?
> Also, besides trying to post diffs (which I'm having trouble with) is
> there another way to see if a svn repository has been added correctly?
> Thank you very much.
> --
> Jennifer Cranfill
> >

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