François Beausoleil <email@example.com> wrote on 04/21/2005 01:22:43
> I searched the Macromedia forums, but nobody there seems to know more.
> In fact, one person said:
> "Looks to me like not too many people are getting answers on WebDAV
> questions here."
> So, do we have a lost cause ? I need to coordinate with people outside
> my office, and I was eagerly awaiting Subversion's locking so we could
> work together, instead of my having to merge the site through FTP...
I have done the same. I think that unless one of the Subversion devs
takes up the cause and debugs what, if anything, Dreamweaver is trying to
do, this isn't going anywhere. It is a shame, because other than perhaps
MS Office, I always thought Dreamweaver would be the main target for this.
Looking at current versions of DW, it seems like they might be moving away
from WebDAV. It isn't as prominentlt featured in the UI and docs as it
was a release or two ago. Perhaps they had too many interoperability
problems. Also, I do not think there has been as much WebDAV up-take as
everyone thought there was going to be back in say 2000.
> [Apr 21 13:13] [error] This resource is locked and an "If:" header was
> not supplied to allow access to the resource. [423, #0]
I also have this. I was tryng a lot of different stuff, and for some
reason I thought this might have been logged when I did something other
than the Check-in option.
One thing I noticed is that even though all of the info in Subversion
looks correct, DW says that the "Owner" of the lock is "unknown". So
maybe it doesn't like something about the way Subversion is storing that
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