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Re (2): Subversion and DeltaV ?

From: <edgar_at_edgarschwarz.de>
Date: 2006-09-20 23:08:16 CEST

"Ben Collins-Sussman" <sussman@red-bean.com> wrote:
> On 9/20/06, Edgar Schwarz <edgar@edgarschwarz.de> wrote:
> > - Any current detailed documentation on SVN and DeltaV ?
> Book chapter about interoperabliity:
> http://svnbook.red-bean.com/nightly/en/svn.webdav.html
Read before. Not that much information in it.
> > - Does it make sense at all to talk to subversion with a DeltaV client ?
> Not really. The subversion server only implements a teensy portion of
> the deltaV spec.
I looked around a little bit and found something about Jakarta Slide and Catacomb
concerning DeltaV capabilities.
But they don't look much better than mod_dav_svn. Only different.
Nevertheless I would like to give SVN a try because I already have a server up
and running.
When I access mod_dav_svn with TortoiseSVN and Apache2 on XP and do some versioning
I find some rather complex sequences of MKACTIVITY, PROPFIND, CHECKOUT, MERGE, ...
in apaches access.log. But naturally I only see the request method and url.
Any simple method to also get the request bodies ?
Who specified these sequences ?
- Is there some mod_dav_svn spec how DeltaV concepts are mapped to subversion ?
- Or is it a client thing and I must ask the tortoise people ?
- If absolutely necessary I could have a look at some source code or sniff the
  network. But I would like to avoid this.
Cheers, Edgar

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