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Non-Apache WebDAV / DeltaV Module

From: Lim, Teck Hooi <teckhooi.lim_at_atosorigin.com>
Date: 2005-03-15 07:27:57 CET


I am using Apache's mod_dav_svn to serve SVN repository thru http. It is
easily setup and serve its purpose very well.

However, lately, there is a new requirement to control access to files and
directories dynamically. The 1st thing that I thought of was using
mod_authz_svn as it allows me to do just that but the ACL is based on a flat
file. What I want is to make it to refer to the database. I could extend
mod_authz_svn but I'm not familiar with it. Furthermore, I have not written
any Apache module before. Also, I thought of using Java and Tomcat to do
that as I will have more features to add in later.

If that the case I need to rewrite "mod_dav", "mod_dav_svn" and finally
extending "mod_authz_svn" in Java. I plan to use Jakarta Slide as my basis
for WebDAV /DeltaV. So, anyone has advice or pointer for me on how to
proceed? Or, there is a better way to do this. thank you.


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