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Re: WebDAV Client Applications...

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-01-17 05:41:02 CET

On Jan 16, 2005, at 10:29 PM, Dassi, Nasser wrote:

> 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.

OSX has a great DAV client built in. In the Finder, just Go->Connect
to Server. Poof, it behaves just like any network drive.

Appendix C talks about the 'http 2.1 mod_dav_lock' workaround that
allows you to mount the autoversioning repository as a normal disk.
Read about that.

By the way, now that the svn 1.2 locking branch is somewhat functional,
I can mount an autoversioning repository on OSX with *no* workarounds
at all. It's really neat. I can open/edit/saves files directly on the
share using any application. Very exciting. My recommendation is that
you wait for svn 1.2. :-)

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