[Twisted-web] Example of WebDav-server using akadav

Williamson, Mark Mark.Williamson at bl.uk
Thu Dec 2 15:00:20 MST 2004


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From: Williamson, Mark
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Sent: 12/2/04 9:57 PM
Subject: Re: [Twisted-web] Example of WebDav-server using akadav

Here is something very simple that I've just done to test it.
Its pleasingly cool - I can connect to it with my Mac and publish
my calendar to it.

Now - the question *I* have is how do I run a webdav directory
in a twisted webserver. If it used server.Site it would just be a
a matter of putChild but can you run multiple Site's on a single



# -*- python -*-
from twisted.application import service, internet
from akadav import davresource,davserver

application = service.Application("mjserv")

root = davresource.WebDAV("/home/markw")
webServer = internet.TCPServer(8001, davserver.Site( root ) )


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