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RE: svn client accessing current webdav instance

From: Sander Striker <striker_at_apache.org>
Date: 2002-02-14 14:45:02 CET

> From: Knight, Lloyd [mailto:Lloyd_Knight@adc.com]
> Sent: 14 February 2002 14:07


> thanks again for the reply, very informative.
> i guess where i'm going with the conversation is in
> the direction of a doc mgmt system. in other systems
> we use versions are part of the regular attributes of
> a document stored in the repository.

Can you spell out the 'other systems'?

> i used ie web folders as an example client view
> of a repository _plus_ version info.
> will there be a time when a single dav request will return
> a superset of the information provided by webdav and deltav?
> so far in my research and this thread it sounds like to achieve
> what i want, i would have to maintain two "repositories" one _fs
> and one _svn and merge the version data from _svn with the data
> from _fs to display to the client.

What you seem to want is part of DeltaV. You want to version
a document by writing to a repos with a simple DAV client (ie.
web folders). This functionality won't be in 1.0 (unless someone
provides a patch for it).

> -or-
> i haven't gotten this far yet, but if i implement mod_dav_svn
> and point a webdav client (ie)
> at a DAV svn location will i see version displayed?

If you point a dav client to a dav svn location you will see/get
the head revision. You can try it by pointing a webfolder to
the subversion server (http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk).
You'll see the head revision of the subversion source code.
> thanks again, you have very helpful greg.
> ljk

Just a sidenote, the questions you are asking were asked
before. I suggest you browse the mail archive and see if
there is info there that you seek.



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