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Re: Another WebDAV+Autoversioning question...

From: Håvard Vold <hovoid_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2005-01-13 00:42:54 CET

Sorry to say so, but I have Apache 2.0.52, Subversion 1.1.2, all running on
Windows 2003 Server, using digest authentication, and cannot mount a
subversion repository as a Web Folder or a network drive because Windows
XP(SP2) pops a username/passworddialog which insists on a Windows domain
term in the username; all downhill from there.

Running subversion from the XP poses no problem, because it looks as if
Apache/IE pop the digest authentication dialog.

I am lurking in hope of somebody taming this beast.


>From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net>
>To: "Dassi, Nasser" <NDassi@141xm.com>
>CC: <users@subversion.tigris.org>
>Subject: Re: Another WebDAV+Autoversioning question...
>Date: Wed, 12 Jan 2005 17:07:01 -0600
>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 yourself?
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