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Re: File system support.

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2004-12-22 10:33:08 CET

Daniel Patterson wrote:
> Another couple of options would be to write an NFS server that
> exports a view of the repository, or a plugin to Samba (using
> the VFS mechanism) that creates shares that expose the repository.
> This could be done right now, in read-only mode.

Care to take a shot at the read-only version? Pretty please! ;)

It would be vastly useful for a test web server to be able to serve up pages
directly from the repository. We do a lot of dynamically generated web sites
(using a package called WebCatalog mostly, but moving into Mason/mod_perl), so I
am having to keep a working copy for the site in sync with the repository. It
would be ever so much more helpful to be able to drivemap the dev branch in the
repository and have it served up without a working copy...


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Received on Wed Dec 22 10:35:50 2004

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