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[stable10] DAV: Return data-fingerprint always when asked #1176

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blizzz commented Aug 29, 2016

[master] DAV: Return data-fingerprint always when asked (#25482)
For owncloud/client#5056
Users can configure arbitrary subfolders for syncing, therefore we should
always return it when asked for.
The sync client makes sure to not always ask for it to save bandwidth.
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@blizzz, thanks for your PR! By analyzing the annotation information on this pull request, we identified @rullzer, @icewind1991, @PVince81 and @DeepDiver1975 to be potential reviewers

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rullzer commented Aug 30, 2016

LGTM

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LukasReschke commented Aug 30, 2016

LGTM

@LukasReschke LukasReschke merged commit 351d015 into stable10 Aug 30, 2016

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