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From "Bryan D. Andrews" <>
Subject RE: [cli-users@httpd] Subversion and the CLI
Date Wed, 08 Dec 2004 20:53:30 GMT
Again, being very new to the concept, I am just fishing for what is

For example, could I write an application that helps me create
Subversion repositories and give access to those repositories (matching
my forms authenticated users)? Currently I have to give access through
apache config files... 

I guess I should download and play with it - but I was hoping to find
out if I was totally off base before spending a day with it.


-----Original Message-----
From: Jeff White [] 
Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 2004 3:39 PM
To: CLI Users
Subject: Re: [cli-users@httpd] Subversion and the CLI

From: "William A. Rowe, Jr." 

> Actually that is all it means right now (ASP.NET) - but CLI was
> the name chosen because it represents Common Language Interfaces,
> meaning anything .NETish to connect to Apache httpd could end
> up under this umbrella in the future.

It's already here.  :)

mod_aspdotnet first loads .NET 
then .NET accesses ASP.NET...

I just thought the OP was thinking
of a stand alone process, like for
Apache Admin usage (which could
also come under this list), but I did
not know for sure, and still do not 
know for sure, just what the OP 
wanted and what's allowed on this

But if one does not talk about,
say stand alone Apache admin
.NET processes, then they will
never be written...


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