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- Subject: Re: Luapad
- From: Rici Lake <lua@...>
- Date: Thu, 18 Aug 2005 18:16:56 -0500
On 18-Aug-05, at 5:03 PM, Asko Kauppi wrote:
Do you know if there's any existing implementation of such svn/cvs
filesystem, or any usage experiences.
This sounds to me more like WebDAV than svn, although of course you can
use svn as a WebDAV repository. There are lots of implementations of
this; I haven't yet heard of an OS which can boot from a WebDAV
filesystem, but I don't suppose it would be that difficult, either. I'm
personally quite fond of the Mac OS X WebDAV integration, which
actually allows you to mount a WebDAV filesystem, so that it's
completely transparent to the user (that is, me :) ); I think that's
better than desktop integration, which makes the WebDAV filesystem
visible in the GUI but not necessarily available in a command-line
So count me as a happy user of WebDAV filesystems.
It would be the foundation of the thing, together with Lua. All
applications shall be Lua scripts, making them run regardless of the
underlying OS (Linux, BSD, OS X, Winxx, Pocket PC, 770).
Sounds very cool.