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I want to have svn app but for multiple repositories instead of one, so i can manage all things in one place with a SVN admin web gui.

That configuration is pretty simple to do in a server you can access the apache conf files, but i cannot setup it here. It is just a matter of not using SVNPath but SVNParentPath instead. SVNParentPath refers to a location where its children directories are each one a svn repository.

There's a simple guide for that here: http://www.neiland.net/blog/article/configure-apache-for-multiple-svn-repositories/

asked 23 Jan '14, 14:57

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Users do not have access to the systems apache configuration. If you want to use this type of configuration and change the apache httpd.conf for multiple svn repos you would need to install your apache instance from source.

Another solution is to install multiple SVN application and mount them on one domain.

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answered 23 Jan '14, 18:11

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