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Re: SVN best practice for content authors

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-29 19:47:18 CEST

On Apr 29, 2005, at 12:10 PM, Kyle Kline wrote:

> South River Technologies was very prompt in getting back to me, and
> provided me with a beta version of their next release. This version
> apparently has a reworked WebDAV component, and as such, everything
> now works fully with SVN 1.2rc2 / Apache (renames, lock/unlock, etc.)
> I swear I don't work for them :) but if you are looking for a good
> Windows WebDAV client (better than the limited Windows WebFolders),
> WebDrive is great -- it creates a virtual drive that *any* Windows/DOS
> program can save to. It makes a great compliment to an
> Apache/SVN/Autoversioning server.

This is great news! I know that webdrive has always worked really well
against plain old mod_dav with an ordinary fs backend (mod_dav_fs).
But if you're saying that it works with the latest mod_dav_svn 1.2
doing autoversioning, I'm happy to hear that. I'll be sure to put that
in my Appendix C notes.

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