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Re: Abolish instant-commit commands [was: Re: The right library...toget info about a directory]

From: Files <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-11-12 20:58:24 CET

I understand what you're saying. I do see your point of view.

I'll take any suggestions you have for remote repository file maintenance.

E.g. webdav et al.

My repository browser allows regular filesystems and a subversion repository
to appear seamlessly interconnected. I am wondering how I should proceed to
allow users to to edit the contents of said repository via the same web
interface that they would regular files.

Which in essence is how webdav works, if I'm not mistaken.

If the repository exists on the local box, I can use wc. But my repository
browser allows for:

http://www.svnexplorer.somesite.com/http/svn.someothersite.com/repos/myfiles

How should I handle that using the existing subversion framework without the
instant commits?

I'll follow any lead you can give me.

-- 
Shamim Islam
BA BS
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