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Re: [PROPOSAL] Create branch for repository mirroring?

From: solo turn <soloturn99_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2002-12-15 12:28:10 CET

we would like to try it immediately.

even if i don't understand how the authorization is handled (we use
apache-user-control on the main server).

but there is some voices about a push model which i feel not good
about. how could one allow "pushing" something behind a firewall? and
if this is not allowed than the whole idea of caching is useless.

the one check for the revision number on "svn up" is worth a pulll
modell.

in the long run i favour more intelligent proxies, which are (more)
aware of webdav, and delta-v.

but for now, having no such proxies available, justins thing seems to
be great (AND consistent with a future more intelligent proxy --> why
not have a proxy plugin in 2 years which is based on justins code?).

--- Justin Erenkrantz <jerenkrantz@apache.org> wrote:
> --On Thursday, December 12, 2002 10:53 PM -0600 Karl Fogel
> <kfogel@newton.ch.collab.net> wrote:
>
> > Yes, here's at least one person who'd like see the patches...
> Hard
> > to say more than that without examining firsthand.
>
> http://scotch.ics.uci.edu/~jerenk/svn-proxy.patch
>
> I'm not looking for a code review at this point - hence, no log
> message. I won't even tell you how to use it, or configure it. If
>
> you sift through the code, you can figure it out though.
>
> I know where there is room for improvement, but I'm guessing I'd
> like
> a sandbox where I can work on this and share my work with others.
> Eventually, I believe this could be merged into the trunk. I'm
> just
> not ready for that yet, and I don't care to keep maintaining
> patches
> like these on my local machine. This stuff really needs to be
> versioned somewhere! Due to the lack of cross-repository merges, I
>
> couldn't even setup a server to do this right on my own. Stuff
> like
> this has to live in the CollabNet repository. -- justin
>
>
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