Posted by: Anonymous Coward
on June 14, 2005 02:34 PM
As of version 1.2, Subversion now supports "auto-versioning", which basically means that integrated DAV clients (like IE's webfolders and the OSX finder) may be clients for subversion. Saving a file in your webfolder, for instance, would correspond to checking in a change. While you cannot view the revision details, this may allow for transparent use from other applications.
I've only performed minimal testing, so I cannot say how well this works.
<a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/svn_1.2_releasenotes.html" title="tigris.org">http://subversion.tigris.org/svn_1.2_releasenotes<nobr>.<wbr></nobr> html</a tigris.org>: "In informal tests, we've had success reading and writing to Subversion repositories via Windows Web Folders, OS X Finder, Gnome Nautilus, KDE Konqueror, and other DAV clients."