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Version Control with Subversion - Client Interoperability - Linux davfs2

Linux davfs2

Linux davfs2 is a filesystem module for the Linux kernel, whose development is located at https://dav.sourceforge.net/. Once installed, a WebDAV network share can be mounted with the usual Linux mount command:

$ mount.davfs https://host/repos /mnt/dav


[52] WebDAV support was removed from Microsoft Access for some reason, but exists in the rest of the Office suite.

[53] From the Darwin terminal, one can also run mount -t webdav URL /mountpoint


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