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From Toni Lamar <toni.la...@yahoo.com>
Subject [VFS] Subversion as a File System?
Date Tue, 10 Jul 2007 19:42:51 GMT

Would it be possible to use (make work) VFS with Subversion as a file system?

Many applications would benefit from versioning content/files but for the
moment it just looks like a too much overhead to use the Suversion API (e.g.
http://svnkit.com/) or a similar solution.
VFS is so "uniform" that many would like to use it or consider using it
(since "local files" is how most applications work, so using VFS would make
more sense if one has the chance this way to switch to other file system
"for free" when required).

Any thoughts?

Thanks,

Toni.
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