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windows lusers & linux repository

From: bobby lockes <bobbylockes_at_yahoo.co.uk>
Date: 2003-09-29 12:58:30 CEST


I've isntalled subverions for the first time this
morning. Didn't take long and seems to work, I've
installed it with apache and webDAV on SUSE 8.2 and
would now like to know how the non-programmers and the
third floor using their microsoft windows machines can
access the new repository.
 I read on the mailing list that "windows web folder"
can be used and that "no fancy GUI required". I don't
know what a windows web folder is that is but it
sounds like the ideal solution if it something that
comes with every windows machine. It would be nice if
they can access and write to the repository using
software that comes with windows (explorer for

Is it possible to use generic windows software to
access a repository on a linux box or do I have to
install a subverion client? If a subverison client
needs to be installed which one is the EASIEST for
non-techies to use on windows?

Thanks very much


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