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Resolve a WebDAV and PHP conflict
Authored by: kevinv on Jan 26, '05 12:56:17PM

the documentation on webdav from the Apache 2.0 manuals talks about this:

scroll down to the complex configurations part.

This is one of the reasons I turned off WebDAV on my server, it just wasn't that useful having to maintain that amount of configuration.

Instead I installed Netatalk 2 and am much happier.

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Another remote edit solution
Authored by: lullabud on Jan 26, '05 05:04:30PM

If you don't have access to install Netatalk (which is a great solution that I've used for more than just apache in the past) you can use Fugu to SFTP in. You can configure it to open up remote files inside of an editor when you double-click on them. I personally have SubEthaEdit set up to open php and html files, but I'm sure you could use other applications for web authoring. When you save the file in the editor Fugu automatically uploads the changes to the server immediately.

When you use SubEthaEdit and Fugu together it is easy to get help (from other Mac OS X users) with your code without allowing people to connect with afp, smb, ftp or ssh, since you can share your documents with them via SubEthaEdit.

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