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Re: Svn capability for SparkleShare

From: Paul Hammant <paul_at_hammant.org>
Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2016 17:54:05 +0100

My fork of sparkleshare now does svn-up and svn-commit well enough, in anyone is interested.

It's only working on the svn:// protocol, and even then only for allow-anon-write repos.

- Paul

Sent from my iPhone

> On Aug 25, 2016, at 6:18 PM, Paul Hammant <paul_at_hammant.org> wrote:
> SparkleShare: https://www.sparkleshare.org/
> TL:DR: Like DropBox but your own SCM as the backing store, and not as-a-service.
> There's many non-DropBox host-it-yourself solutions, but none use a formal SCM as the backing store. So of course, SparkleShare is super-stable for Git only, but the principal author, Hylke Bons (bcc'd), opened the door for other SCM choices with a decent backend abstraction.
> With https://github.com/ph-hs/SparkleShare I'm 65% of the way through a Subversion backend. It does the initial checkout, but chokes right now on the svn-up to bring down new/changed, and the svn-commit to push back changes. Forget about merge and that (just a TODO for, though Hylke had that working for Git).
> If you want to join in, you'll need to install Xamarin Studio (brew cask install xamarin-studio) and renew your love of C#.
> After I finish the Svn client, I'll start work on a Perforce one, for those that care. Hopefully there's no rule about mentioning other SCMs on this list.
> Reach out off the list if you want to get involved, or just fork and PR on Github :)
> - Paul
Received on 2016-08-29 19:00:04 CEST

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