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Re: Access to subversion via Pound/SSL+Apache/DAV (add'l info)

From: Jason Vasquez <jason_at_obiwan.homelinux.org>
Date: 2003-08-27 01:58:17 CEST

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On Tue, 26 Aug 2003, Christian Sauer wrote:
> Actually...it appears that Pound has already accounted for this.

FYI, I am using the latest version of Pound, and have 'WebDAV 1' enabled.
Essentially, everything works great except for commands such as COPY which
include a Destination: header -- I do not think Pound does anything about
that, they are just passed along as the client sends them.

I'll drop the discussion for my part at this point, and see if I can make
any modification to Pound to make this work. Though my opinion doesn't
count too much at this point, I agree with Ryan that Pound and maybe a
couple other proxies may be able to adjust, but I doubt Subversion will be
able to work behind many other commercial proxies with a similar setup.
(Until at least this restriction against relative URI's is lifted in a
later RFC Rev/mod_dav release)

- -jason

P.S., I can't seem to resolve the DNS name for the Pound homepage anymore
(http://www.apsis.ch/pound/) I wonder if they're just having a bad day?

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