[development] Publishing data from legacy svn repository
metzlerd at metzlerd.com
Wed Feb 24 01:53:59 UTC 2010
I haven't used this but it seems similar to what's going on in Feed
API module. You might consider implementing a parser, as it might
help you with managing your node connections.
On Feb 23, 2010, at 12:46 PM, Stephane Corlosquet wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 3:01 PM, Andrew Berry
> <andrewberry at sentex.net> wrote:
> I would suggest having Subversion working through Apache, then you
> can access the files via HTTP. Later versions (1.5? 1.6?) support
> accessing revisions by HTTP as well. Then you can also use Apache
> modules for access control.
> You bring up an interesting approach I didn't think of. In my case,
> checking out the files locally and keeping them updated by a cron
> job is not a problem. I think accessing local files would be faster
> than accessing a remote server via HTTP. Interesting solution if
> you want to go lightweight and not have to worry about maintaining
> a local check out. I guess what you meant re access control is that
> you can use logged in user information to grant them access to pages?
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