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Access svn with normal webdav clients and branching

From: Gerald Richter <richter_at_ecos.de>
Date: 2002-03-19 13:25:25 CET


I have successfully installed svn and started to explore it. Now I have
three questions, to which I didn't find the answer in documentation provided
so far:

1.) Is it/will it be possible to access a svn repository somehow with a
webdav client that doesn't knows anything about versioning, e.g. every PUT
will simply create a new revision , GET will simply retrieve the head
revision etc.?

2.) Is it/will it be possible to make a branch that contains only some
files, which all the other files comes from another brach e.g. the HEAD
revision. For example, I want to create a brach that only contains some
files, which belongs to one part of a project, but I still want to see all
the updates to other files which are made in the head revision, when I run a
svn update?

3.) Is it/will it be possible to merge on a file by file basis so that I am
able to merge the changes of one file back into the source branch, while
other files won't be merged?

Thanks help and for providing svn, I am really looking forward to use it


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