First, turn on web sharing in the Sharing pane of System Preferences.
Create a file at /private/etc/apache2/other/ and call it "subversion.conf". (You'll need admin access.) Paste in the following contents:
<Location /svn> DAV svn SVNPath /path/to/local/repository </Location> In the Terminal, run the following commands: sudo chown -R www /path/to/local/repository sudo apachectl gracefulApache should then be able to host the repository. (Obviously, you should replace "/path/to/local/repository" with the actual absolute path to the repository, such as /Users/jeff/Subversion/MyRepository or whatever it is.) You can access it at http://localhost/svn — if you prefer another path, change it in the <Location> tag in the Apache config file.
Hope that helps, - Quinn On Apr 7, 2009, at 9:10 PM, Jeff H wrote:
Is it possible to connect to a local repository created in Versions (on my Mac drive) from a Windows virtual machine (VMWare Fusion)? If so, how? I do my development from Visual Studio and would like to just connect using AnkhSVN/Tortoise. My goal is to have the master code repository on the actual Mac drive and just have "local" copies on the virtual drive (some project types in Visual Studio require local source code copies for debugging).
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