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Re: Interwoven Patents Code Versioning

From: Greg Hudson <ghudson_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: 2003-02-25 22:15:13 CET

On Tue, 2003-02-25 at 15:25, Edward S. Marshall wrote:
> they seem to be claiming a system where
> you have a development, QA, and production version of website (and very
> specifically "website") data, using some kind of virtualized editing
> process with a version history.

The first (and I think, most general) claim is:

    1. A system for file management for files containing website content

    a work area configured to allow a user to create and maintain web
    content to be displayed on a website, the work area being a file
    system having read and write operations to enable a user to edit
    virtual representations of files having web content that is located
    in the work area; and

    a staging area adapted to receive and integrate the web content
    submitted from the work area when the web content of the work area
    does not conflict with other web content submitted to the staging
    area and configured to retain versions of web content submitted from
    the work area.

I think a Subversion working copy would be considered a "work area" and
the repository would be considered a "staging area".

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Received on Tue Feb 25 22:16:05 2003

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