RE: Another WebDAV+Autoversioning question...
Quite so. Trying myself was unsuccessful on Win32. Debian (and other *nix flavors) have worked successfully; even a fellow who posted in his blog his fortunes admitted to a custom Apache 2.x build with Debian as OS being his only success story with SVNAutoversioning.
I've spent the better part of one month learning everything about svn (including reading users + dev email archives and hundreds of Google results) and the only combination that seems to work on Win is Apache 2.1 [still in alpha].
I am hoping someone on this users list has a success story for Apache 2.0 on Win Server, please. Since 2.0 is a stable release, our network admin is willing to bet its reliability. Not so for 2.1 alpha :o)
[In case I missed anything, it's all about the LOCKing vis-a-vis webdav'd resources and multi-client access. And Apache docs state mod_dav_lock is 2.1+ required. Also, our environment plays with both native OS webdav clients and various desktop client applications with webdav support.]
From: Ben Collins-Sussman [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wed 1/12/2005 6:07 PM
To: Dassi, Nasser
Subject: Re: Another WebDAV+Autoversioning question...
On Jan 12, 2005, at 4:34 PM, Dassi, Nasser wrote:
> Hi, I just subscribed to this list, but have read several online
> archives about the subject. Please assist, I have a more-direct
> question to ask:
> Can WebDAV + SVN 1.1.2 + SVNAutoversioning play nice on Apache 2.0.52
> + Win Svr 2003 ?
What makes you think it wouldn't work?
Apache runs on win32. Subversion runs on win32. Autoversioning is a
feature of Subversion. All those things are documented. Why would
someone need to explicitly state that such a combination works? Have
you seen people saying that it didn't work? Have you tried it
Received on Thu Jan 13 00:27:02 2005
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