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Re: New possibilites with client XSLT transformation

From: Alexander Shopov <ash_at_contact.bg>
Date: 2005-03-29 18:42:22 CEST

Hi Michael,
I see that you are making browser-type navigation + some extras.
What I am trying to achieve is just improving the default look of
Subversion without relying on any server extensions like perl or python.
Just - prettying out the output. (in order to fend off the PHBs)
I will hack some more and then post more xslt and css files.
Best regards:

Michael Sinz wrote:
> On Mon, 28 Mar 2005 10:11:08 +0300, Alexander Shopov <ash@contact.bg> wrote:
>>Hi everybody,
>>I have been hacking a bit on the xslt transformations of Subversion and
>>I would like to share some results. The work is not finished yet but I
>>hope that someone finds something useful in them. Bits to reuse,
>>templates, whatever.
> You might like to look at some of the stuff I have done for Subversion
> server I set up. I even made a project on tigris.org in order to
> share the work: http://insurrection.tigris.org/
> The Insurrection tools do more than just the basic browsing and I am
> hoping to add more features as I get time (and need).

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