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Re: Advice for subversion web front-ends

From: Alain Petignat <alain.ml_at_sequenz.ch>
Date: 2004-11-11 21:16:16 CET

Hi Juanma.

Thank you for your message.

Juanma Barranquero wrote:
> On Wed, 10 Nov 2004 19:31:59 +0100, Alain Petignat
> <alain.ml@sequenz.ch> wrote:
>>ImportError: No module named sqlite

> Well, yes, of course. The very second paragraph of
> http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/wiki/TracInstall lists the
> prerrequisites, SQLite and PySQLite among them...

Yes, i noticed :) It is so timetaking to set it up. Sorry, but i am
working on a server with Slackware and all the installing is a pain.
Python is running, but installing a module is a suffer of it's own (For
a beginner to Python as me).

I finally quit when it returned a:
error: command 'gcc' failed with exit status 1

Setting up Horde is also a bit of a bit thing. The only that seemed
quite simple was the viewCVS, allthough one has to read carefully and
download a Version > 1, since the older ones wont work with Subversion.
Anyways. I got it from CVS on sf.net and the world seemed ok.

Until another error occured:
ImportError: No module named svn

Argh, looking for a further source... I quit there.

I haven't tried svnview, though it seems also rather simple. Maybe I'll

Sorry about claiming. But setting up a webinterface is just not always
that simple. On a Gentoo-Box, i got viewcvs work with an emerge-command.

Anyways, i'd love to have trac installed. So if anyone's got a hint,
please let me know.


alain petignat - www.sequenz.ch
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