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Re: browser-based system with subversion

From: Clay Loveless <lists_at_crawlspace.com>
Date: 2004-05-21 06:50:12 CEST


I have developed a PHP wrapper around the svn client that is intended to
allow for all Subversion functionality to be managed via a browser, not just
repository browsing.

The package will be released as part of PHP's PEAR collection very soon. You
can view the proposal, as well as browse the package source here:

Proposal (accepted)


API Documentation

Hope this helps!

-Clay Loveless

> From: "Eric Tang" <eric_tang2000@hotmail.com>
> Date: Thu, 20 May 2004 15:21:56 +0000
> To: users@subversion.tigris.org
> Subject: browser-based system with subversion
> 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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