On Monday 11 May 2009 12:18:47 Daniel B. Thurman wrote: > Then that would mean that my normal website for anonymous users > would be forced use https when it is not required? > > As it is, I could just drop the <VirtualHost host.domain.com:80> > code block for subversion and who cares if subversion reports an error > for those attempting to use the http:[...]/svn/svnX string, as it would > not be allowed except for https. > > Seems nicer to force http to https only for /svn requests but perhaps > there is no solution/support for it... from what I can tell, others have > claimed to get this to work but I have not been able to duplicate it. If you really do not mind Subversion displaying an error for non-SSL requests, then your solution is very easy. Just move your configuration for /svn inside of your SSL <VirtualHost> configuration. Non-SSL Subversion requests would fail with a 404 error, non-SSL requests elsewhere on your site would be unaffected. -- Patrick "The N-Man" Barnes nman64 n-man com http://n-man.com/ LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/nman64 Have I been helpful? Rate my assistance! http://rate.affero.net/nman64/ All messages cryptographically signed: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenPGP --
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