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From ROSSEL Olivier <olivier.ros...@airbus.com>
Subject WebDav, DavFS, Slide and else ....
Date Wed, 21 Aug 2002 13:28:08 GMT
Here is a crazy idea I have had.
Linux has a WebDav FileSystem. 
So accessing/updating files via WebDAV is completely transparent to Cocoon.

WebDAV servers can have versionning, revision systems.

So, without changing the way you work inside Cocoon, you can have WebDAV 
capabilities. If the WebDAV server allows to access the extra features
(older versions,
number of the current version,metadata) in a filesystem way, you can have
full
WebDAV management without doing nothing inside Cocoon.

Is it dumb?

Note: my initial problem is to have CVS capabilities on my XML data files,
that are
updated via Cocoon (it's for Wikiland).

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