Patch: Example Repository Location
Brian W. Fitzpatrick
fitz at red-bean.com
Thu Apr 28 08:55:47 CDT 2005
On Apr 27, 2005, at 4:30 PM, Max Bowsher wrote:
> Jonathon Mah wrote:
>> The majority of the book assumes repositories live in /usr/local/svn,
>> so I standardized on that.
> Consistency is good, but /usr/local seems like a pretty bizarre place
> to recommend.
> I think we should use "/srv/svn/repositories". (/srv is part of FHS
> (Actually, on a real system, I would use /srv/svn/repos, because I'm a
> lazy typist, but "/srv/svn/repositories" is more self-documenting.)
> fitz/cmpilato/sussman: Your views?
1. I like my bikeshed Forest Green.
2. I like "/usr/local/svn"
3. I used "/tmp" in some placese because "/usr/local/svn" would resulti
in > 80 character lines.
4. I'm +1 for leaving this as-is.
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