On 19/04/2006, you wrote:
Mark Bond wrote:
>LOL, in that case I want a roll call (ie whos still around and available
>to do some work), I want someone to write me a "press release",
>suitable for AW and A.org and Anews.de requesting assistance and
>highlighting that whilst we are concentrating on OS4, we have no bones
>about taking on board teams from AROS/Morphos, but that anything less
>than one of these 3 is just too slow and un-doable.
I can still spare a few moments per week on the
project. I cannot
possible take any supervising role, but if someone tells me what to do I
can probably spare an hour or two per week.
In that case, after taking a quick look at the required external tools
we need neon ported, presumably for webdav client support. So could you do
the honours and get it ported please ;-), please let me know if its too big
a job and Im sure we can leave it for now, but webdav is probably fairly
Webdav is actually quite a good idea to have. Both server and client
support would be awesome. Server support can be acheived through Apache
(either 1 or 2). DAV Client support would preferably be a filesystem
handler the way it's done in Windows, not an FTP-like application as in
So does anyone here have experience in writing filesystem handlers? And
a bit of time? I know my way around the Apache DAV module, but I don't
have any experience hacking on the client bit...
Don't we already have some sort of HTTP filesystem handler? Extending
that to support PUT and HEAD methods in addition to GET would be awesome.
Of course, this isn't
related, it's just "another fancy feature"
which would be nice.
We'll double-cross that bridge when we get there.