erik and others, allow me to specify. i have 2 types of folders: those that
i want version controlled remotely, and those that i want to access and
modify remotely, but don't need version control. i'm happy with the way
version control works remotely for my server. but i cannot get apache setup
such that i may also browse the additional folders, and make changes as
desired. ideally, i'd like to be able to browse to those directories using
any browser, and modify them by some means *without** *installing any
software (or having admin rights). essentially, i work remotely sometimes
from terminals that i don't have control over, so i want to be able to
access all my data (and make modifications) from those computers as well.
those computers are *not* all windows, on the contrary, some are linux or
is that clear? what do you think i should do?
On Jan 3, 2008 5:52 AM, Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> On 1/3/08, joshua vogelstein <joshuav_at_jhu.edu> wrote:
> > little help please: i'm trying to set up my windows box --- which is
> > currently already running an apache server 2.0.x (using webDAV) and
> > subversion 1.4.x for remote version control --- to also act as a file
> > server. however, no matter what i try, i seem to be unable to add the
> > appropriate lines to the httpd.conf file for apache. i've found the
> > solution for a linux box all over the place, but they don't seem to work
> > windows. please help...
> What *exactly* do you mean? Do you want to use the WebDAV protocol to
> mount the Subversion repository as a Webdrive under XP? If so, what
> did you do to achieve it? What errors did you encounter?
> Normal Windows fileserving (in my definition of terms) uses Windows
> shared drives and falls outside of the discussion of this list. That's
> why I'm asking.
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