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Re: [TSVN] one bug; 1 comment

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-02-25 14:13:26 CET

On Fri, 25 Feb 2005 14:03:30 +0100, Molle Bestefich
<molle.bestefich@gmail.com> wrote:

> Ok, thanks a lot. That is what I want, and I think that the positive
> outcome of being able to do this would be endless. Mostly for end
> users though. And the SVN developers apparently don't give a damn
> about end users, since I've tried posting this question twice on the
> Subversion list.

I've tried to make them implement that too. But no luck (they're quite
busy right now implementing locking).

> I can see that it falls under Subversion, since it is the subversion
> library that has the capability to browse HTTP servers, and thus it
> should also have responsibility of being able to enumerate HTTP
> resources for repositories.

If it were just http, then I guess it wouldn't be a big problem. But
Subversion uses DAV to speak to the repository, therefor it's not just
simple http.

> But since they don't care, would it be possible to implement a
> workaround in TSVN, since this is the component that suffers mostly
> from this hole?

That's not possible. At least not without hacking the subversion code.
But maybe someone wants to send a patch to the Subversion guys which
implements this kind of feature.

Or try asking again, but this time without mentioning TSVN but the CL
client ('svn ls' doesn't list the available reps either). You know,
once they read the word "TSVN" the devs there just assume that the
user used the wrong mailing list and don't even read on. (I guess I
wouldn't either because of the big amount of mails I already get on
this list here).

Stefan

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