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Re: Advice for subversion web front-ends

From: Juanma Barranquero <lektu_at_mi.madritel.es>
Date: 2004-11-11 21:47:45 CET

On Thu, 11 Nov 2004 21:16:16 +0100, Alain Petignat <alain.ml@sequenz.ch> wrote:

> Yes, i noticed :) It is so timetaking to set it up. Sorry, but i am
> working on a server with Slackware and all the installing is a pain.
> Python is running, but installing a module is a suffer of it's own (For
> a beginner to Python as me).

I'm no pythonista either, and I did install Trac on Windows quite easily.
Installing Python and Python modules in a GNU/Linux environment should
be, if anything, easier than it is on Windows...

> I finally quit when it returned a:
> error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1

Seems like you're building the modules from scratch. Perhaps you can
find (Py)SQLite binaries for Slackware; that would be sensible if you
know little about Python.

> Setting up Horde is also a bit of a bit thing. The only that seemed
> quite simple was the viewCVS

Yes, ViewCVS' installation works like a charm (at least on Windows).
But, really, *once* you've installed the prerequisites, Trac's
installation is as simple as:

  python ./setup.py install
  
OTOH, ViewCVS and Trac do offer quite different things.

> Until another error occured:
> ImportError: No module named svn

You need to install the Subversion Python bindings (not PySVN, but the
ones that come with Subversion), and set up PYTHONPATH so it points to
the bindings dir.

> Sorry about claiming. But setting up a webinterface is just not always
> that simple. On a Gentoo-Box, i got viewcvs work with an emerge-command.

Well, Slackware's a hackers distro, or that's what I've always been told.
You want it easy, you've got RedHat ;-)

> Anyways, i'd love to have trac installed. So if anyone's got a hint,
> please let me know.

You could try on the Trac list.

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