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How do I add a new project to a Bitnami Subversion Stack?

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Avatar avansc 2 post(s)

Hey, and thanks a million in advance for any help.

I was wondering how you add a new repository to a bitnami svn stack.
everything i add a project now the revision goes up. and there is just one revision for the entire directory with all my projects.

anyways. thanks again.

Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)


To create a new repository you only have to go to the BitNami Subversion console and type the following:

For Windows:

1. Go to Programs → Subversion Stack → use_subversion console
2. svnadmin create “C:\new_repository_path”

For Linux and OS X:

1. Go to a Shell or Terminal
bq. $ cd
$ ./subversionconsole
$ svnadmin create /new/repository/path

Then you should add this repository to the Apache configuration file. You should add these lines at the end to the /apache2/conf/httpd.conf

<Location /new_site_name>                                  
DAV svn                                                                         
SVNPath "<subversion_repository_path>"                                         

Restart the servers (using shortcuts on Windows or using “” on Linux or OS X) and you can see your new repository at http:///locahost/new_site_name

To configure the repository access and users you can follow the stepts that you can find at README.txt:“” file.

I hope it helps.

Avatar avansc 2 post(s)

thanks a million beltran. worked like a charm.

Avatar Rodrigo 25 post(s)

Thank you,
It would be a good idea to write this info (edit the apache config file to add a new repos) in the README.txt as well.

Avatar Beltrán Rueda Administrator 3,714 post(s)

Right, thanks. I will add it to the

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