cookbook 'subversion', '= 1.1.2', :supermarket
subversion (16) Versions 1.1.2 Follow31
cookbook 'subversion', '= 1.1.2'
knife cookbook site install subversion
knife cookbook site download subversion
Installs subversion for clients or sets up a server under Apache HTTPD.
Requires Chef version 0.10.10+ and Ohai 0.6.12, due to use of
attributes/default.rb for default values. The attributes are used in the server recipe.
node['subversion']['repo_dir']- filesystem location of the repository to serve.
node['subversion']['repo_name']- name of the repository to serve up.
node['subversion']['server_name']- server name used in the svn vhost.
node['subversion']['user']- user to log into the svn vhost.
node['subversion']['password']- htpasswd for the subversion user in the server recipe. This should be overridden as the default is not secure.
node['subversion']['list_parent_path']- a choice of "on" or "off". When set to "on" the list of repositories in the
node['subversion']['repo_dir']will be indexed at http://<server_name>/svn. Default is "off"
Sets up an SVN repository server with
recipe[apache2::mod_dav_svn]. This will use the
web_app definition from the apache cookbook to drop off the template, and uses the attributes for configuration.
On nodes where
subversion should be installed such as application servers that will check out a repository, use
recipe[subversion]. If you would like a subversion server, use
recipe[subversion::server]. You should override
node['subversion']['password'] in the role that applies the server recipe.
License & Authors
- Author:: Adam Jacob email@example.com
- Author:: Joshua Timberman firstname.lastname@example.org
- Author:: Daniel DeLeo email@example.com
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