RE: [OT?] Search through repository
From: Rob Hubbard <Rob.Hubbard_at_celoxica.com>
Date: 2006-10-24 15:50:32 CEST
Thanks for the information. I'm sending this back to the mailing list as I think that it's certainly worth a mention. This might be the solution that others are looking for, and it's useful to know of the existence of any Subversion-related tools out there.
I was really looking for a solution that would be capable of searching more that past revisions of files, such as file deltas, commit comments and changed paths. I'm not sure whether OpenGrok will do that. Nevertheless, it's certainly a tool worth knowing about.
We have a big source code repository [about 50000 files per branch] with several [about 10 active] branches.
That's it... it took me about 2 days of work to setup the dedicated machine, learn the opengrok a little bit and apply the solution above.
I am not sure what is the content of your repository but if it is a source code, I do recommend you to give it a try.
Your are welcome to share this information on the svn users group if you find it useful.
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