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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 10652] - WebDav Support
Date Wed, 10 Jul 2002 17:13:11 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From wtff@freenet.de  2002-07-10 17:13 -------
>>Note that MacOS X, linux and WinXP all support DAV filesystems; 
>>once you mount a remote drive you can use <copy> to deploy

WOOOW! I knew that I can create web folders within the windows file explorer, 
but can you tell me how I can address a webfolder from within the <copy> task?
A Windows webfolder doesn't seem to have a driveletter and I don't knwo how to 
create a network drive mapping on a webfolder.

By the way: I was just eager to know whether a webdav support was already 
planned and whether you guys appreciate the idea. I would so much like to help 
coding things for so many opensource projects, including ant if I only found 
the time. I would like to add webdav features to ant, but anything that I would 
craft or anything that might be coded within slide could then only be added to 
ant via task-defs, right? Or would you then take the slide-webdav tasks into 
your optional package?

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