I just finished setting up subversion server running on CentOS. In addition to having subversion respositories, I have few other requirements which includes:
- Ability to browse repositories using a web browser
- Acccess to repositories using WebDAV
- Repositories access should be protected and authentication/authorization should be done using Active Directory
First, I was looking at using TRAC which provides most of the above and some extra features (project management and bug/issue tracking). But we already have other project management (dotProject) and bug/issue tracking (Mantis) softwares in place and TRAC doesn’t seems like very straight forward to install and configure. So, I started looking at alternatives and there isn’t much out there in form of once package which can provide all of the above.
The solution which we ended up building is running on CentOS operating system, WebSVN and other dependency libraries. I ran into some issues while setting up the solution and went through number of articles and KBs available on Internet. Almost spent whole day on this and thought it might be useful for others if I put all the info in one article.
Target is to have a setup where we can browse all the repositories using WebSVN with URL
Each of the repository should be accessible using a URL which looks like
http://<hostname>/<repository name> Continue reading Subversion with WebSVN, WebDAV and Active Directory or LDAP Authentication