Karl Fogel wrote:
> "Oren Eini (Murphy & Associates)" <v-orene_at_microsoft.com> writes:
>> I think it belongs here. It is a dev issue, not a usage issue.
>> More specifically, it regards the WebDAV protocol.
> Oh, this list isn't for development in general. It's for the
> development of Subversion itself -- that is, the code for which the
> Subversion maintainers have consciously taken responsibility.
> It's great to see someone else implementing Subversion or WebDAV
> implementations, and we're happy to help... But on the users@ list,
> because it's about the usage of Subversion and/or its APIs, not about
> the development of Subversion. You are "using" the Subversion and/or
> WebDAV protocols, hence "users@". If you were talking about a patch to
> Subversion's own code, for example, then dev@ would be the place.
Sorry Karl, that was my fault.
He first asked on the TSVN mailing list for help, and I told him to ask
here. I thought that the dev list would be more appropriate for this
than the users list, because from what I understood this would require
some code change in the svn library to get it right.
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Received on 2008-03-07 20:30:08 CET