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Re: Integration of TortoiseSVN

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 15:37:02 +0100

2008/6/27 abhishek agarwal <abhishek.agarwal_at_transbittech.com>:
> Greetings,
> My Name is Abhishek Agarwal.I am currently working at Transbit Technologies,
> India. I am trying to Develop a Versioning system like subversion on sever
> side but on a small scale. It will have features like check-out, check-in,
> commit and these features will be associated with certain pattern of actions
> on server side.(Quite similar to versioning in Documentum)
> What I essentially Need is that I want to develop it in a way that
> TortoiseSVN can be used as a webDav client because of its ease of use. Since
> Tortoise SVN is specifically made to work with subversion , I am facing many
> problems while using TSVN on client side.
> I have read the webDav and Delta-V protocol and understood the protocol
> theory but it is still unclear to me how does the communication take
> place.(may be because it is subversion specific)
> Please suggest me where I can get the necessary information for this.e.g
> which part of code I shoud refer to and the subversion protocol.
> I will really appreciate if you can help me in this.

TortoiseSVN does not handle any of the communication with the server.
That part is all done inside the subversion library. You need to ask
on the subversion users mailing list to find out about that.

TortoiseSVN works only with subversion. You cannot use it as a generic
WebDAV client.


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Received on 2008-06-27 16:37:12 CEST

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