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From Michael Wechner <michael.wech...@wyona.com>
Subject Re: SVN as Repository
Date Wed, 02 Nov 2005 08:12:39 GMT
Michael Schlotfeldt wrote:

> Hello everyone.
> The company I work for is creating a content management system (CMS).
> We use Subversion (SVN) internally at our offices and would like 
> changes the customers make through the web interface of the CMS system 
> to be automatically placed in our SVN repository (by syncing or 
> sharing a common repository). It seems to make the most sense to 
> follow JCR-170.
> Can Jackrabbit use SVN as the repository?

I think there are at least two problems:

- AFAIK Jackrabbit does not pass the path to the persistance manager, 
but only the UUID
- Staying in snyc, because I guess you would want people to allow 
accessing the SVN server through SVN clients, which would connect 
directly and not through a JCR layer

> Or is there another way to sync SVN and a jackrabbit repository.

I guess one could write a simple Import/Export, which would similar as a 
dump to the filesystem.



> Thanks for you help,
> Michael

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