Bert Huijben wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Greg Stein [mailto:gstein_at_gmail.com]
>> Sent: vrijdag 20 maart 2009 16:58
>> To: svn_at_subversion.tigris.org
>> Subject: svn commit: r36720 - trunk/subversion/mod_dav_svn
>> Author: gstein
>> Date: Fri Mar 20 08:57:50 2009
>> New Revision: 36720
>> Apache 2.3 removed the ap_default_type() function. The theory here is
>> every resource should know its type rather than have one applied by
>> default. Mismatches between the actual content-type and one simply
>> onto a resource can lead to vulnerabilities, confusion for the client,
>> other unseemly behavior. Thus, the removal of ap_default_type().
>> If we can't figure out a good mime type to use, then we'll default to a
>> bag o' bytes: application/octet-stream.
> It seems this breaks browsing to text files via Firefox.
> E.g. browse to http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/CHANGES
> You see a 'save as' box now, where you used to be able to see the file.
> (Browsing to ^/trunk/COMMITTERS works as expected, because this file has an
> explicit mime type)
> It still works correctly in Internet Explorer, that (by default) guesses a
> content type by looking at the content for these generic mime types.
Yeah, I guess it would work fine if we set the svn:mime-type property on our
CHANGES file, though (to "text/plain"). *shrug*. Extension-less files are
always problematic for MIME type stuff. While most of the extension-less
files in our tree may be human-readable, it's certainly conceivable that
others would have extension-less files in their trees that aren't
human-readable. It's a win-lose situation!
C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net>
CollabNet <> www.collab.net <> Distributed Development On Demand
Received on 2009-08-24 18:29:52 CEST