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RE: How current is webdav-usage?

From: John Barstow <John_Barstow_at_gfsg.co.nz>
Date: 2003-05-06 23:31:05 CEST

Ben Collins-Sussman writes:
John Barstow <John_Barstow@gfsg.co.nz> writes:

> > I'm implementing a standalone Windows deltaV server and planning to
> > subversion. The webdav-usage page has lots of notes indicating caution
- is
> > any of this information useful, or am I better off doing ethereal
> It's a bit out of date, but still gives a good general overview.
> Reading the mod_dav_svn/libsvn_ra_dav source might make things
> clearer. And you can always questions on this list, too.

That's good to know. I think I've got enough information to start designing
with for now.
I'll try and update the usage page as I get things figured out.

> I wonder what you mean when you say your DeltaV server will "support
> subversion". I don't see how your server can support the 2 or 3
> custom REPORT requests that the svn client needs, unless you have a
> real svn repository on the backend...

I mean that, in addition to the 'standard' WebDAV/deltaV stuff, the server
will also supply the custom subversion properties and reports. It's not
like I can't look at the source to figure out what I need to supply or how
to generate it.
After I've got the basic checkin/update/commit sequence working with svn,
I'll open up the source.

John C Barstow

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