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Web client with write access to repository - e.g. for non-geek document management

From: Peter Valdemar Mørch <swp5jhu02_at_sneakemail.com>
Date: 2004-08-16 15:17:30 CEST

Hi,

I know of ViewCVS and WebSVN, that both allow read access to
repositories. They don't seem to allow modifying the repository. Are
there any (other?) web interfaces that allow write access too?

Here we have a repository, part of which is a /trunk/docs folder. And
our non-techies aren't really up to handling a svn command line client,
so I'm hoping I can set up a web interface allowing for
updating/uploading/renaming/deleting etc. documents in the /trunk/docs
folder all against the subversion repository.

How far along is the WebDAV interface? Is that an alternative? I've
tried to do Internet Explorer/File/Open/Open As WebFolder, but didn't
get write access to my own repository through that method either, only
read-only access. (svn co of the same URL did give me "proper"
read/write access).

Alternative web interface document management systems (with version
control!!!) are also welcome, but I'm just so happy with subversion,
that I'd *love* to stay with subversion for our document repository too!

Any pointers, anybody?

(I checked the FAQ, and searched the users list, but I haven't been able
to access http://svnbook.red-bean.com/ Has that URL changed?)

Sincerely,

Peter

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Peter Valdemar Mørch
http://www.morch.com
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