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Re: Perl frontend is elusive

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2004-01-22 21:27:42 CET

Hi Bryan,

> I'm sorry but I am seriously unable to find the
> SVN::Core module that
> SVN::Web needs in order to compile. I can't google
> for any answers either.
It's the name of the SWIG module which links perl to the Subversion
bindings. It's in the source tree for Subversion. I have no idea if they are being
distributed with any of the binary packages though...

> It's a shame that I can't find info on it since it's
> such a good looking, and useful, front.
> Also, the subversion web site talks about ViewCVS as
> workable for a web front but I also can find no
> documentation on how to make that happen.
> What gives? Does anyone know how it's done?
Yes. I do. You have to download ViewCVS from the HEAD of its CVS repository
from SourceForge. That version includes references on how to do it as well as
the actual support. The tarball you can download from sf does not contain
any Subversion support.



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