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browsing repository, xsl problems

From: Dirk <bigengineer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-14 10:28:58 CEST

Hi all. I am new to svn but so far I got it to work as I expected
which is very nice. I use it to manage CAD data and some additional
images, doc's, pdf and whatever is needed. Most of the files are
binary but so far it doesn't seem to be a problem. I am only
testdriving it at the moment. The repository is not so big yet, a few
100 Mb's and only revision 100+ something.

I would like to have my web browser display files which it is able to
display, such as png, html and pdf with acrobat.

I don't know anything about xsl but what I have seen so far doesn't
give me any clue how I can use an xsl file to act different on file
extensions for example. At the moment my browser wants to download
the files or open it with an apropiate application. HTML files are
displayed as text files. Searching for solutions I end up at
http://svn.collab.net/repos/svn-xml/trunk/www/ and to my suprise html
and png are displayed like I want them to. But I can't figure out how
it works.
Does this have anything to do with the xsl or css file?
Or is it something in the apache configuration?
Or maybe because of the newer version, 1.2.0 RC1, I have 1.1.3. I have
apache2 as webserver BTW.

Just a compliment: svn is probably not meant to be a tool for CAD data
management but so far I am impressed with the possibility's and how
everything just works so far. In combination with apache2 and ssl,
user management and all it looks like a very nice tool.

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