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Re: windows lusers & linux repository

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-09-30 15:42:13 CEST

pll@lanminds.com writes:

> >Thanks. But if it can't the shard network file system
> >can't be written to then it must be a big issue with
> >subversion. Do you know if I can achieve a file
> >repository on a shared network drive accessible by
> >windows and linux users using CVS?
> >
> >I'll take a look at tortoise.
> What Ben is saying is that the repo, shared out under the DAV
> protocol, and accessed by a normal, non-svn DAV client, such as
> a Windows or Mac system, using "Web Folders", results in a read-only
> file system. This should not be interpreted to mean that Windows
> systems can not be used as svn clients. Quite to the contrary, there
> are many people using Windows and Macs for development with
> Subversion as the back-end revision control system.

Also, if he reads Appendix D as I suggested, he would learn that the
SVNAutoversioning feature *would* make the WebFolder writable, which
is what he wants, I think: transparent commits via writes to a
network share.

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