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Re: browser-based system with subversion

From: Clay Loveless <lists_at_crawlspace.com>
Date: 2004-05-21 10:07:27 CEST

On 5/20/04 11:00 PM Pacific Time, Christopher Baus (chris_baus@yahoo.com)

> Interesting... Do check ins/outs happen on the client
> or server?

The server where the VersionControl_SVN package is installed ... Which
_could_ be a client machine, if you set up a web interface to Subversion on
your local desktop/dev machine.

A lot of the Subversion repository browsers use svnlook, which requires the
browser scripts to live on the same server as the repository itself. The
VersionControl_SVN package is wrapped around the svn client, so applications
built with it (browsers or otherwise) can access any repositories accessible
with the command line client itself.


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