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Whenever a user tries to use WebDAV methods in a web request ( MKCOL, SEARCH, etc. ) the request times out. This is because the headers aren't being sent with the stream. See the following:
In the SetHeaders method, the request must be sent chunked or with a ContentLength >= 0. In order for WebDAV methods to work, the user must manually set one of these two properties even though content is optional in the WebDAV spec. With the .NET framework, this is not the case.
Ok, this one hangs when run with Mono on Linux, but works fine on Windows with .NET:
var req = HttpWebRequest.Create ("http://192.168.16.102/dav/foo");
req.Method = "MKCOL";
var res = req.GetResponse ();
Fixed; mono master commit f7db37a.