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Using svn client against vanilla DAV directory

From: Bryant Eastham <beastham_at_slc.mew.com>
Date: 2005-07-22 02:00:05 CEST

Apologies if this is a FAQ, but I read over the book and couldn't see an
answer.

We are using Subversion with great success. I am attempting to unify our
access to source files (already done) and downloads (currently done with
wget), because we want to further protect our download area and I prefer
the svn login cache to the .wgetrc method. Of course our downloads area
is full of unversioned binary ZIP files.

Is it possible to use the svn client against a regular DAV directory? I
know the easy answer is no, because I set it up and it fails (VCC
property). My question is whether this is an unsolveable problem, or if
a few configuration tweaks makes the whole thing work. Of course I only
want to "co" or "export" these binary files.

If it isn't possible then I can either stick with wget or use DAV with
another client, but having a single client tool would be nice.

Thanks,
Bryant Eastham
Chief Architect
Matsushita Electric Works R&D Laboratory
Salt Lake City Lab
4525 South Wasatch Blvd., Suite 100, Salt Lake City, Utah 84124
Phone : 801.993.7124 Email: beastham@slc.mew.com
Fax: 801.993.7260 Web: http://slc.mew.com <http://slc.mew.com/>
Received on Fri Jul 22 02:02:53 2005

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