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Author theslack
Full name Jack Neely
Date 2006-09-18 16:30:12 PDT
Message Jay,

I'm a bit confused here. This is the developers' list for Current
(http://current.tigris.org). Although Current is written in Python I
don't believe there are many PHP folks around that would be able to
answer your questions. Perhaps you should look at one of the many PHP


On 9/18/06, Jay Crouch <jay at thesafestream dot com> wrote:
> Does anyone know if there is a way to interact directly with a SVN
> repository without a working copy?
> I am trying to build a web-based interface for a document management system
> with SVN as the backbone – and it would chew up double the space to use
> working copies – I would MUCH prefer to add files without needed a working
> copy (and otherwise manipulate them – move/rename/delete etc). Any actions
> taken would of course result in a new revision.
> Technically – I am trying to do this from PHP (posted as an earlier
> question) – but if anyone can tell me how to do it from the command line I
> would be very appreciative.
> As another way of asking the same question – I am trying to reproduce the
> mod_dav_svn module on the command line (or via PHP). Any help please?
> Thanks, Jay