On 17 Jul 2005, at 22:48, Stephan Richter wrote:
On Sunday 17 July 2005 14:30, Tino Wildenhain wrote:
Ah, and while we are at it, some nice frontend, like
would be nice. At least for browsing the repository.
I like ViewCVS. It is very usable.
The SVN support in ViewCVS is, pardon my french, crap. And it is
extremely hard to get it working as well, it requires some horrific
SWIG SVN Python binding. Tried to get it set up several times and
A decent tool I have found recently is called WebSVN. It's in PHP,
but seems to do a very nice job including colorized diffs, svn blame,
tarball creation, etc. Basically all the things that ViewCVS does
well for CVS, but doesn't do at all for SVN. It even does RSS feeds
for changes (dunno what that's good for ;)
See my not yet complete repository migration at http://
svn.dataflake.org for an example. The one thing it does not deal well
with is resources that have been moved about with "svn move" - it
must do something braindead there because it will complain that it
cannot find the resource at the previous location. "svn diff" at the
new location works as expected.
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