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Re: 1.2 - SVNAutoversioning on windows

From: Moisei <moisei_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-04-19 01:01:07 CEST

Nothing uniquely. I've tired both windows 2000 server and windows XP.
I definitely miss something very basic here.
Can you, please, describe the exactly magic buttons you push to assosiate the
webfolder with a drive letter? (or how do you edit the file on the web folder?)
I create a web folder in the "My Network Places/Add network place" wizard.
Once it is created, I have the web folders appears there.


2005/4/18, Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net>:
> 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
> editing.
> > 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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