On 2007-10-05 Micah Elliott wrote:
> On 2007-10-05 Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> > On 10/5/07, Miller, Eric <Eric.Miller@amd.com> wrote:
> > > It would be *really* nice to get some info in the book
> > > about this. Bi-directional proxy is one of the biggest
> > > features missing in svn compared to some of the pay-for
> > > options IMHO and I'd love to see some "recommended
> > > practices" documented.
> > We'll be putting in the book, don't worry. :-)
> Is there *any* existing webpage describing the feature? This
> is the first I've heard of it. I can't seem to find anything
> about it. Even just an FYI paragraph to the users@ list would
> be useful. Does it provide WANdisco-like functionality in some
Just found cmpilato's recent blog entry on "Subversion 1.5 WebDAV
That answers my question, but I thought others might be
interested. As far as I'm concerned, my mirroring solution
search is now over. And no more "svn switch --relocate" hackery
to worry about.
Minor suggestion: You developers might want to announce your
blogs to the users@ list. I think I'm following most of your
blogs now for myself, but finding them was non-trivial. I only
discovered Ben's by noticing an entry show up as a top
del.icio.us/popular/scm link. Maybe you could even point
something like rss2email to the list with subscriptions to your
feeds. Not sure if your mailing list software has "topics", but
this would make [blog] a good candidate.
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