Re: [Catacomb] ACL Testserver
Since this is an open-source project, I think we should put the latest
code in a repository, preferably a subversion repository at tigris.
The tarball on tigris, 0.9.2, is not in any public version controlled
repository. While it is great that you are working on the code, it
would be better if it were visible to the whole open-source community.
So while access to more up-to-date code on your wiki whould be great,
it will quickly become stale. I take it you have higher priorities
than putting the code up on tigris svn. Is there anything I can do to
Also, is there a way to set the list to have Reply-to set to the list
address? I assume it was a mistake that your reply was only sent to
me; and I have also made the mistake once already.
On 5/10/06, Markus Litz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
currently we work on an own repository. In the near future i will merge that
to that one at tigris.
Until that, you could follow the development progress on our wiki
Tomorrow i will put an archive with the latest development code on this wiki,
then you could download it.
Am Mittwoch, 10. Mai 2006 16:45 schrieben Sie:
> Where can I get the latest catacomb code? The svn repository at
> dforge.cse.ucsc.edu looks old and the cvs repository at tigris appears
> On 5/10/06, Markus Litz <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Hello,
> > i set up a live server for testing with the actual development version of
> > catacomb. It support basic acl functionality and is good for playing
> > around and testing.
> > You could simply test by unsing either the jakarta-slide webdav
> > commandline client (http://jakarta.apache.org/slide/webdav-client.html)
> > or the WebDAVPilot extention for eclipse
> > (http://www.s-und-n.de/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&lang=en&id=
> > You could use the recent version of the DAVExplorer as well, but it has a
> > bug so setting a ACL/ACE is not possible.
> > The testserver could be found at: http://www.sonnensturm.net:8888
> > The ACL support is far away from beeing stable/complete, but if you found
> > something strange or simple have an idea, please comment in this mailing
> > list.
> > Greetings!
> > Markus
> > btw: many thank to Artem Lantsev, he had made some really great ideas
> > for a acl implementation!
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