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Re: Older versions through http-repository browsing

From: Matthias Waechter <Matthias.Waechter_at_tttech.com>
Date: 2005-03-04 20:35:13 CET


"Brian W. Fitzpatrick" <fitz@collab.net> wrote on 04.03.2005 20:09:38:

> > Just put a "/!svn/bc/REV/" between the repository name and the start
> > the absolute path within the repository.
> Yes, but that URL is a private API. We can change it at *any* time and
> never break an svn client (or existing working copy).

Ok, but why not make it public anyway? I mean, you change a lot of things
here and there, command line switches and such, and assume that the user
is capable of knowing how to upgrade (and why he will not want to upgrade
in all circumstances). Just because WebDAV requires the ping pong play of
fetching the private path _allowing_ private revision number

- Matthias

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