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Title : DeltaV Subset for Simple Authoring
Author(s) : L. Dusseault
Filename : draft-dusseault-deltav-subset-00.txt
Pages : 19
Date : 22-Oct-01
This document specifies a consistent profile or subset of the
features from the DeltaV specification [DeltaV]. The subset is
suitable for simple linear document versioning in a WebDAV [RFC2518]
environment. The subset is intended to limit functionality in order
to improve predictability and thus interoperability. If a server
advertises support for this subset, then a client can interoperate
with that server very easily due to its predictability. A server
advertising support for this subset MUST also support DeltaV.
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