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Re: Advice for subversion web front-ends

From: Alain Petignat <alain.ml_at_sequenz.ch>
Date: 2004-11-12 12:27:32 CET

Hi Juanma.

Juanma Barranquero wrote:
> Installing Python and Python modules in a GNU/Linux environment should
> be, if anything, easier than it is on Windows...

Hmm, couldn't figure it yet. Anyways, this is list-OT.

> Seems like you're building the modules from scratch. Perhaps you can
> find (Py)SQLite binaries for Slackware; that would be sensible if you
> know little about Python.

Nope, there is none :(

> Yes, ViewCVS' installation works like a charm (at least on Windows).
> But, really, *once* you've installed the prerequisites, Trac's
> installation is as simple as:
> python ./setup.py install
> OTOH, ViewCVS and Trac do offer quite different things.

Yes, basically, i just need a plain webfrontend. But the trac offers a
Wiki as well, which could help a lot doing the docs in one and the same

> You could try on the Trac list.

I will, thanks for the patience :)


alain petignat - www.sequenz.ch
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