You are correct about - No SOAP or RESTlet access etc and No open
Architecture to allow other Tools to connect to.
>>- Support for Multiple Repositories
You can though set many repositories, although the search is performed
on one at a time.
>>- Missing Scheduler which can be used to make a scheduled based
scanning of repositories.
In the latter versions the scanning is triggered: at user request and at
a scheduled time and/or user query.
>>May be you can take a look at my lecture on the 2nd Subversion
conference made about SupoSE....
Do you a link?
Karl Heinz Marbaise wrote:
> Hi Demin,
>> Have you tried VoilaSVN?
> I known the existence of VoilaSVN....
>> One of its features is repositories parsing combined with lucene the
>> search engine (contents, properties, and logs). You can also plug
>> your own file parser if you want.
>> Not open source but free.
> But there are issues which are not covered by VoilaSVN ....
> - Support for Multiple Repositories
> - Missing Scheduler which can be used to make a scheduled
> based scanning of repositories
> - No open Architecture to allow other Tools to connect to
> - No SOAP or RESTlet access etc.
> - Very important for my it is not Open Source
> May be you can take a look at my lecture on the 2nd Subversion
> conference made about SupoSE....
> Kind regards
> Karl Heinz Marbaise
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