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RE: Dreamweaver and SVN 1.2 Locking

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-27 16:29:15 CEST

"Jonathan Chum" <jchum@aismedia.com> wrote on 04/27/2005 09:36:44 AM:

> I was wondering if 1.2RC2 has been fixed and tested against Dreamweaver
> 2004 built in WebDav protocol. I'd like to see it supported before SVN's
> final release next month. Is there anything you would need further to
> diagnose the problem?

I am going to wait for Win32 binaries to be posted before I test again. I
do not think there were any changes made that would make it work though.
It seems like a Dreamweaver bug and based on their discussion forums, it
doesn't seem like Macromedia is investing much effort into WebDAV. It
certainly seems downplayed in their UI.

I agree that Dreamweaver support would have been very nice. I always just
assumed it would "just work". In a past life I worked with PVCS VM and
they added a small WebDAV server option specifically for Dreamweaver so I
just assumed it had better WebDAV capability that it seems to have. If
you have a contract with Macromedia you should push the issue with them.

If you have the time and ability, another thing you might try is to see if
you can get Dreamweaver to work with the generic Apache mod_dav_fs. If
you can, then maybe the Subversion devs can learn something from that?


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