[svnbook commit] r2043 - in trunk/src/nb: . book

sunny256 svnbook-dev at red-bean.com
Sun Mar 5 19:14:44 CST 2006

Author: sunny256
Date: Sun Mar  5 19:14:41 2006
New Revision: 2043


Sync the Norwegian and English book, r2004:2042.

  Updated by make sync.

* src/nb/book/appb.xml
* src/nb/book/ch08.xml
  Merged r2017.

Modified: trunk/src/nb/LAST_UPDATED
--- trunk/src/nb/LAST_UPDATED	(original)
+++ trunk/src/nb/LAST_UPDATED	Sun Mar  5 19:14:41 2006
@@ -1 +1 @@

Modified: trunk/src/nb/book/appb.xml
--- trunk/src/nb/book/appb.xml	(original)
+++ trunk/src/nb/book/appb.xml	Sun Mar  5 19:14:41 2006
@@ -468,7 +468,7 @@
-            <entry>Microsoft Webfolders</entry>
+            <entry>Microsoft Web Folders</entry>
             <entry>File-explorer WebDAV extensions</entry>
             <entry>GUI file explorer program able to perform tree
               operations on a WebDAV share</entry>
@@ -596,23 +596,23 @@
         explorer interface.</para>
       <sect3 id="svn.webdav.clients.file-explorer-extensions.windows">
-        <title>Microsoft Webfolders</title> 
+        <title>Microsoft Web Folders</title> 
         <para>Microsoft was one of the original backers of the WebDAV
           specification, and first started shipping a client in Windows
-          98, known as <quote>Webfolders</quote>.  This client was also
+          98, known as <quote>Web Folders</quote>.  This client was also
           shipped in Windows NT4 and 2000.</para>
-        <para>The original Webfolders client was an extension to
+        <para>The original Web Folders client was an extension to
           Explorer, the main GUI program used to browse filesystems.  It
           works well enough.  In Windows 98, the feature might need to
-          be explicitly installed if Webfolders aren't already visible
+          be explicitly installed if Web Folders aren't already visible
           inside <quote>My Computer</quote>.  In Windows 2000, simply
           add a new <quote>network place</quote>, enter the URL, and the
           WebDAV share will pop up for browsing.</para>
         <para>With the release of Windows XP, Microsoft started shipping
-          a new implementation of Webfolders, known as the <quote>WebDAV
+          a new implementation of Web Folders, known as the <quote>WebDAV
           mini-redirector</quote>.  The new implementation is a
           filesystem-level client, allowing WebDAV shares to be mounted
           as drive letters.  Unfortunately, this implementation is
@@ -625,11 +625,11 @@
           problems are severe and documented in numerous places around
           the web, to the frustration of many users.  Even Greg Stein,
           the original author of Apache's WebDAV module, recommends
-          against trying to use XP Webfolders against an Apache
+          against trying to use XP Web Folders against an Apache
         <para>It turns out that the original
-          <quote>Explorer-only</quote> Webfolders implementation isn't
+          <quote>Explorer-only</quote> Web Folders implementation isn't
           dead in XP, it's just buried.  It's still possible to find it
           by using this technique:</para>
@@ -662,7 +662,7 @@
           patchlevels of Windows XP.  In our tests, only the previous
           algorithm seems to work consistently on every system.  The
           general consensus of the WebDAV community is that you should
-          avoid the new Webfolders implementation and use the old one
+          avoid the new Web Folders implementation and use the old one
           instead, and that if you need real a real filesystem-level
           client for Windows XP, then use a third-party program like
           WebDrive or NetDrive.</para>

Modified: trunk/src/nb/book/ch08.xml
--- trunk/src/nb/book/ch08.xml	(original)
+++ trunk/src/nb/book/ch08.xml	Sun Mar  5 19:14:41 2006
@@ -1402,7 +1402,7 @@
     <para>A number of operating system file browsers are already able
       to mount networked directories using WebDAV.  On Win32, the
-      Windows Explorer can browse what it calls WebFolders (which are
+      Windows Explorer can browse what it calls Web Folders (which are
       just WebDAV-ready network locations) as if they were regular
       shared folders.  Mac OS X also has this capability, as do the
       Nautilus and Konqueror browsers (under GNOME and KDE,

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