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SubjectRe: WevDAV anyone?
> I know but only as server. What I am more interested in would be
> a sort of mount point where I can mount the zope webdav export
> and copy files there etc. as I would do normally.
> A linux webdav filesystem would also have the advantage that one
> would not have to incorporate webdav support into every application
> (I am speaking of clients here not servers). Thus the only solution
> which makes sense (IMHO) to do add webdav support to the kernel.
> > Last I heard, though, there was little support for the idea of building
> > Zope into the kernel, so this might not be the place for discussion on this
> > topic...
> Well these are different things to a) build a whole application server
> into the kernel and b) to add a new filesystem to it.

I don't know how WebDAV could fit in a filesystem -- it makes heavy use
of properties which can't be represented as a normal file. Besides that it
remains the same as the open("") thread seen a couple
of days ago.


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