Am Sonntag, den 17.07.2005, 23:03 +0100 schrieb Jens Vagelpohl: > 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 > >> http://trac.edgewall.com/ > >> > >> 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 > always failed. > > 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.
Maybe you both should have a look at trac's browser? Its even in python so better fits in the Zope model anyway ;)) http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/browser/trunk/ just to get an idea. Hard to find anything like that in the rather puristic viewcvs or websvn ;) Regards Tino _______________________________________________ Zope-Coders mailing list Zope-Coders@zope.org http://mail.zope.org/mailman/listinfo/zope-coders