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Joint Modular Languages Conference 2000
In September I attended JMLC 2000 at Zürich and showed my WebDAV project
at the Oberon Expo. Here you see some people
listening to a talk. (275K).
And here you can see Greg Haynes and me
(43K) at the Oberon expo.
The pictures (and more) are also found on ETHs page on JMLC.
For more information here a short text on WebDAV
I wrote for the Oberon Expo. When reading it remember it's three years old. But before you wonder that not more
happend during these three years keep in mind that RFC3253 only was finished in 2002.
Version Control with VCS
VCS is a simple version control system which gives you funcionality similar to RCS.It's usable for text and binary files in Native
Oberon (Should also compile for Bluebottle). This means that also for binary files diffs will be created to save disk space. The
latest version is stored as is and older versions are accessed by applying the differences. Due to the internal format the size of
a history file is only limited by the filesystem.
Future versions will be part of WebDAV (see below).
WebDAV (Distributed Authoring and Versioning)
WebDAV (RFC 2518)
defines how to manipulate resources on a server.
It's sort of a ftp++ loosely spoken. WebDAV is extended by DeltaV
(RFC3253) which adds versioning and workspaces to resource manipulation.
WebDAV.1.4.Zip (120KB) is a server and client for
The client is running also on WinAosOberon.a1.03. Please use
Finally it's done ! For NO (Developed with NO 5.1.2003) you can use
It isn't in any way a complete implementation yet, but it allows a couple of features of basic and also some advanced
versioning features like baselines and subbaselines.
For getting write access on the testing server "http://webdav.ethz.ch/" please send me an email with an account name
and a password.
Feedback to my
Oberon Forum please.
- 1.4 1.9.2004
DAVDocs with DeltaV menu.
- 1.3.2 16.11.2003
WebDAVPlugin: Checkin didn't work under certain conditions.
DAVDocs also works with WinAos. Extra Zip created.
WinAos Oberon client added.
Native Oberon client added.
- 1.3.1 12.10.2003
DAVDocs date display fixed.
DAVDocs now also shows first directory entry.
- 1.3.0 5.10.2003
Read access with W98 Webfolders.
Change logfile every day of week.
Authorization configuration loaded on startup.
Working with Tamino WebDAV Server.
Explorer like interface for AOS.
- 1.0.0 Release
WebDAV.Tool examples added.
DAVChain -> DAVUtil
PPP (Point to Point Protocol)
My newest version for NO is 1.2.0. It has a new method for specifying PAP info
than older versions, so please read PPP.Tool.
PPP120.ARC (56K). From Oberon please download with HyperDocs.Panel's
'Fetch ^' button.
Peter Easthope did some 'tinkering' with PPP. He solved a problem he had
connecting with his provider. Information on his work you can find at
under 'Miscellaneous Links'.
For Bluebottle there is a version that's working for me for a couple of months
now. After stopping restart doesn't work sometimes.
esaos.PPP.1.0.a.zip (63K). Comments welcome.
You can also tell me something in my
Information on PPP you can find in
RFC (request for comments)
A RFC is an Internet standard document. You can find it at numerous sites in
the web. Many universities provide RFCs. E.g. you can have a look at
RFC index for a complete list.