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[TSVN] one bug; 1 comment

From: Molle Bestefich <molle.bestefich_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-02-25 12:46:54 CET

1.)
I have a handful of repositories set up, and I've been hunting for
some sort of hack to allow the Repo-Browser to enumerate and list the
different repositories.

Currently it returns '403 Forbidden' and '450 Method Not Allowed'
whenever someone forgets a trailing slash or doesn't know the exact
repository path, which kinda ruins the smooth end user experience
(among other problems).

Could I in theory make a PHP script (whatever) that spits out some XML
in reply to PROPFIND, thus making the Repo Browser see the different
repositories?

Or is this something that also requires a patch to mod_dav or
mod_something_else? (What would be the most elegant solution?)

(The perfect solution would of course be if one could just tap in
http://sourceserver/ and get a nice browsable list of all the
repositories..)

2.)
The Repo-Browser sends duplicate "Accept-Encoding: gzip" headers.
To reproduce,
1. sniff using ethereal while repo browsing.
2. apply this ethereal filter: 'http.request.method == "PROPFIND"'.
3. click a packet and expand appropriate tabs

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Received on Fri Feb 25 12:47:25 2005

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