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Re: 1.2 - SVNAutoversioning on windows

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-18 18:42:05 CEST

On Apr 18, 2005, at 10:44 AM, Moisei wrote:

>> How else would you edit a file on a network share? :-)
> right click / open for example.
> Anyway, the correct question is: is there a way to mount
> the web folder so it appears as a "windows drive" or network share
> point?

There are N different implementations of Windows Webfolders, based on
the exact Windows OS and service pack you have. They all behave
slightly differently. That said, we've had no problems mounting an
autoversioning 1.2 share on Win2K or WinXP. Nor do we have problems

> There is a difference betwen "web folders" and "share point":
> the file on the share point (or drive) can be edited but the file on
> the
> web folder can *not* (at least for me).

Then there must be something uniquely odd about your setup or version
of webfolders? Give us version information so we can try to reproduce
what you're seeing.

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