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browser-based system with subversion

From: Eric Tang <eric_tang2000_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2004-05-20 17:21:56 CEST

We are five University of Toronto students working for Professors Reid
and Wilson on a project called "Helium", which is building a system
like Gforge and Sourceforge to facilitate the management of university
team programming projects.

We are thinking of using SVN instead of CVS as the version control
system, as we believe SVN has obvious advantages over CVS. However,
we would like to build Helium as a browser--based system, so that
students can do repository-related operations such as browser, commit,
update, checkout, etc. with single click on the appropriate buttons,
rather than using command line operation. We were wondering if anyone
had tried to do anything like this. If so, we would be grateful for tips
or pointers.

Any comments and suggestions will be appreciated.

The Helium Group

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