Creating your own SVN repository

It is now possible to create your own GNOME SVN repository for everyone having a GNOME SVN account.

The full instructions are at:
http://live.gnome.org/NewSVNRepos

But, they are short enough to repeat:

  1. If you need to import the history of some existing repository (SVN or something else), you still need to mail svnmaster@gnome.org with a link to the dump and your GNOME SVN username.
  2. However:

  3. If you just want an empty SVN repos, execute the following:
      ssh $USERNAME@svn.gnome.org new-svn-repos $REPOS

$REPOS should be all lowercase chars, optionally some ‘-‘ thrown in there as well.

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