[Twisted-Python] twisted webdav server

Bob Ippolito bob at redivi.com
Fri Oct 22 12:31:57 EDT 2004

On Oct 22, 2004, at 12:08, Thomas Weholt wrote:

> On Fri, 22 Oct 2004 17:35:28 +0200, donfu <fu at donfu.com> wrote:
>> Yasushi Iwata wrote:
>>> I wrote WebDAV module for Tiwsted.
>>>   http://akadama.jp/akadav.html
>> Great, I just had a look at it. It seems to work well for serving a
>> directory over webdav. However, I'm not quite sure how to adapt it to 
>> serve
>> dynamic data from a database.
>> I think I could refactor your WebDAV resource-class, so that it works 
>> with
>> arbitrary backends. Basically I'd try to factor everything out that 
>> does
>> explicitly deal with the filesystem. But in a way, that's what a 
>> twisted.web
>> Resource is in the first place, no? Honestly, I'm a bit confused :)
> But hey, keep it going; refactor, re-write, do whatever you want to,
> just get webdav into the standard twisted-package. That would be
> great!! And if one could serve data from a database, not just plain
> directories, that would be awsome !!!
> I'm jumping with joy!! ( Well, not really, but I'm really excited !!
> Web-dav is cool )

This particular package is not going to go into Twisted unless the 
license changes.  LGPL is not compatible with MIT.


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