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Re: WebDav Autoversioning Questions/Problems

From: Norbert Unterberg <nunterberg_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-25 17:19:59 CEST

2005/6/25, Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman@collab.net>:

> DAV is just dumb file-sharing protocol over HTTP.

ok ok, I got it now, no need to repeat it three times. From the book I
got the expression that WebDav access could be used as some sort of a
svn client repacement for users that only need to do some
documentation on our project, without teaching them about version
control. I believed that the WebDav way into the repository was just
another access method into the repository without bypassing all these
nice features clients have.

Thanks for clarification. It means that I need to be quite careful
when allowing autoversioning in my repository.

But the repository hooks are called, aren't they?

> > Does it get corrupt or is the "damage"
> > repaired on the next checkout?

Let me ask this question in a different way:
When you have a ASCII text file in your repository with svn:eol-style
native, the file is stored internally with LF line endings, right?
When a user modifies this file using WebDav and manages to put CRLF
line endings into that file, would a svn client hickup and fail on the
next checkout, or would the file get the correct line endings on the
next svn update/commit cycle?


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