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

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-08-26 19:33:53 CEST

Jason Vasquez <jason@obiwan.homelinux.org> writes:

> On 26 Aug 2003, Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:
> > > this something required by DAV, or added by the subversion client?
> > It's required by the WebDAV/DeltaV spec.
> Ben,
> Just caught up on the archives from the dev list, and see that similar
> issues have been discussed before (e.g., when you need to use Apache
> ServerAlias, etc.) -- unfortunately, that doesn't really apply here, since
> the URI scheme (not just the hostname) is different.

Can you be more specific? Give more context? Point to discussion threads?

> I wonder if something could be done with the svn client configuration to
> specify a Destination for a particular host, as is done for proxies, etc.
> now. That could possibly clear up problems for other cases as well....

I don't understand how this scenario happened: how is it possible for
your svn client to generate an http:// COPY request with a destination
header to an https:// url?

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