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Re: How to make mod_svn_dav return a last-modified header?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-08-09 23:23:06 CEST

kfogel@collab.net writes:

> But Chris is getting vsn-rsrc-urls in his .svn/ area eventually,
> right? His point, I think, is that if you do a checkout and get
> specific revisions of specific files, then there's no reason caches
> shouldn't be able to use this fact. Yet our checkout caused no
> caching at all -- what a waste.

Maybe I misunderstood the thread. I saw you guys looking at the
ethereal trace of 1) GET requests on public URLs, and 2) PROPFINDs,
and being surprised at not seeing 'Last-modified' headers anywhere.
And I was just saying, well, yes, this is to be expected.

But maybe I read too quickly -- how do we know that the 'checkout
caused no caching at all'? It certainly should involve lots of GETs
of version-resource-urls.

> Regarding Mike's concerns: did you read them?

Yup, totally valid concern. See my comment in the issue. It should
be pretty simple to fix.

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Received on Sat Aug 9 23:26:26 2003

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