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Re: Silly Mozilla question.

From: Paul Hammant <paul_hammant_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-03-12 19:00:03 CET

I can report back that Mozilla works well with Subversion.

SVNAutoversioning was the clue for those that want this capability, and we'd like to say that
book.html#svn-ap-d is great. For whatit is worth we're using Sitemesh to bind a book from the DAV
editble content. A poor man's CM system that is graphically quite pleasing.


- Paul

> > > This I *DON'T* have, at least I don't think so. What do I need to
> > > add to my apache config for this?
> >
> > SVNAutoVersioning in your Location block.
> The statement "Mozilla speaks WebDAV" doesn't mean much. Win32, OS X,
> Gnome, and KDE all speak WebDAV too. Whoopee. That means they know
> how to issue LOCK, PUT, and UNLOCK http requests... not very
> interesting, because they don't understand DeltaV versioning.
> Subversion is a DeltaV server, with *limited* support for non-DeltaV
> WebDAV clients. As Sander says, you can activate this support (at
> your own risk) by turning on the "autoversioning" feature.
> I've painstakingly documented all of this mumbo-jumbo in an appendix
> of the Subversion Book. People who are new to this list (or topic)
> should go read this appendix, and then come back with any questions.
> :-)
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/book.html#svn-ap-d

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