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Re: Access svn with normal webdav clients and branching

From: Karl Fogel <kfogel_at_newton.ch.collab.net>
Date: 2002-03-19 17:59:13 CET

"Gerald Richter" <richter@ecos.de> writes:
> 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.?

Greg Stein can answer this better. Some operations will be possible,
others won't (for now at least). He knows which ones will work and
which ones won't, since he implemented mod_dav_svn, the server side of
our WebDAV implementation.

> 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?

Not yet, although there's been discussion about implementing this.
Definitely post-1.0.

> 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?

Yes, you can run merge on individual files.


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