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[Followup] Bug in mod_dav_svn ? svn:mime-type not respected ?

From: Francois Beausoleil <fbos_at_users.sourceforge.net>
Date: 2003-12-24 02:50:33 CET


I reported a problem with mod_dav_svn not respecting svn:mime-type on

> I believe I found a problem... Here's the output of svn proplist:
> C:\>svn pl -v
> https://svn.hopto.org:8193/repos/references/CSS/2.0/cover.html
> Properties on
> 'https://svn.hopto.org:8193/repos/references/CSS/2.0/cover.html':
> svn:mime-type : text/html
> But, Mozilla Firebird renders the page as text/plain, and reports it as
> such.

I just upgraded to 0.35.1, and the same problem occurs.

On 2003/12/07, brane suggested that I remove DefaultType from httpd.conf:
> I remember this being a "problem exists between keyboard and chair" type
> httpd configuration glitch, and I bet you have
> DefaultType text/plain
> in your httpd.conf.

Which I did at the time. I just checked, and the directive is
still commented out in my httpd.conf. The files still appear
as text/html.

Then, on 2003/12/08, Ben Collins-Sussman said:

> Oops, yup, Philip is right. It's a bug in r7797, which was a fix for
> issue #1606. We were overzealous in our segfault protection.
> I'm able to reproduce the bug with my 0.34 mod_dav_svn server, and
> Mike's is correct. It fixes the bug. Committed in r7955.

Anybody could check this out ? Should I file a bug ?

François Beausoleil
Developer of Java Gui Builder

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