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temporary PUT URI

From: Bogdan Adrian Stănescu <bstanescu_at_astral.ro>
Date: 2004-09-16 19:30:28 CEST

This is a developer question:

I 'm trying to implement a subversion server (using subversion's apache
module) where authentication (and authorization) is made thru
mod_auth_external. This module, mod_auth_external, calls an external
executable program passing some parameters (USER, PASS, etc.). One of
the parameters is the URI that the client asked for. When receiving a
"GET" method, the authorization made in the external program is easy,
since URI looks something like: URI = /svn/some_dir/some_file.txt. When
it comes to commiting something, the situation changes, because the
"URI" looks like: URI =

My question is: Is this always the format of the URI apache receives
when a "commit" action is issued? (of course I realise
"cbabed13-37e4-0310-878c-dfea4ae146b0" is some hash generated and can
change, but I'm interested in what file/dir has been commited)

Bogdan Adrian Stanescu
Internet & Data Department
Web Programmer (Centrala Internet)
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Received on Thu Sep 16 12:28:37 2004

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