I'm setting up a SVN server on for development, how do I serve the files from the
/var/www/ which is my root of my website which I'd like to manage the files via SVN that would reflect the root of
/var/www/ for changes I commit to my server.
Currently my development files are in
/var/www/ but I have followed a tutorial which is at
/home/svn/, how should I change it to the website root (
/var/www/) instead of
Also, I have another two related questions, when I run this command:
svnserve -d --foreground -r /home/svn
I can connect to my SVN server, however the command doesn't seem to finish, it looks like it's waiting for a response when running the command, so I stop it by doing ctrl & c (^C) (Mac) which stops the connection that doesn't let me connect to the server any more. So how do I keep it active when not using Terminal for development?
Another question, when I navigate my browser to:
I get this output:
( success ( 2 2 ( ) ( edit-pipeline svndiff1 absent-entries commit-revprops depth log-revprops partial-replay ) ) )
Is this a security risk? If so, what should I do to prevent this risk?
They are the three questions I have to ask.