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Re: webdav advice sought

From: Jason Rumney
Subject: Re: webdav advice sought
Date: Wed, 24 Jun 2009 09:56:20 +0800
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Thomas Lord wrote:
Second question:  what makes sense here?:

1. Try to rehabilitate eldav?
2. Try to adapt ange-ftp to use "cadaver", a command-line
   webdav client similar to typical ftp client programs?
3. Try to adapt tramp, again using cadaver?
4. Use ange and tramp as a guide but write a new set
   of file hooks, presumably using cadaver?
Of the above, I think 3 is the preferred approach - create a new tramp backend for webdav (probably the closest current implementation to follow is tramp-smb.el, as most other tramp protocols involve shell access).

5. One of the above, but don't use cadaver, use ______?
url-dav.el, improving as necessary? It would be good to have completely native Emacs access to webdav without relying on external programs that in most cases will not be installed on the user's system already.

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