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RE: WebDAV Client Applications...

From: Dassi, Nasser <NDassi_at_141xm.com>
Date: 2005-01-17 05:29:41 CET

Thank you, Alan, for your suggestion; it actually looks like a quality application. I'm going to try it out locally Monday.

Does anybody use a similar client for Mac OS 10.3.x ? Our web project guys/gals work off Macs; our other guys/gals work off PCs.

- nasser

-----Original Message-----
From: Alan Knowles [mailto:alan@akbkhome.com]
Sent: Sun 1/16/2005 12:42 AM
To: Dassi, Nasser
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: WebDAV Client Applications...
when I'm forced (under threat of death ;) to work with windows..


cache refresh time needs tweaking a bit if you have a highly active
project worked on by multiple team members.


Dassi, Nasser wrote:

> Hello everybody,
> Please be so kind as to share what client applications you use to
> connect to your shares with WebDAV+SVN --> mod_dav_svn (over apache
> 2.0.52) :o)
> Although I have figured out the 'autoversioning' thing, different
> client applications give different mileage. For example:
> * WinXP WebFolders: I get errors saying the object (file/folder)
> already exists and cannot be created.
> * Dreamweaver MX 2004: GET/PUT works with 'DAV on' but PUT fails with
> 'DAV svn' because of HTTP Error 405, Method not allowed.
> * Macromedia Contribute 3: Works with 'DAV on' but fails to GET/PUT
> (because of LOCKING/UNLOCKING issues) when using 'DAV svn'.
> As such, what client applications work with WebDAV support?
> Also, what do you guys do? The workaround of
> drag-local_edit-drop_to_dav_share?
> Thanks in advance.
> - nasser
> PS: I realize the 'workaround' is the sure-bet, but that's a lot of
> footwork for the short-term when SVN 1.2 is supposed to help fix that.
> =o) A list of client-side apps that work now would help plan ahead!
Received on Mon Jan 17 05:32:56 2005

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