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Re: running SVN clients in VMS

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-02-15 22:47:54 CET

On Feb 15, 2005, at 3:25 PM, Stuckenschneider, Steve ((Mission
Systems)) wrote:

> Hello,
> I am part of a software support group that works primarily in VMS,
> although some
> of our software is on Linux platform. We also use a special software
> environment
> called X-Midas. For our CM, we currently use CVS over the web; our
> repository is
> currently at another location; it's basically CVS over our own special
> version of
> SourceForge.
> We are considering switching to an in-house repository using
> subversion. The repository
> and server would most likely reside on a Linux machine, but we must be
> able to
> access from VMS, probably using netscape or mozilla web browser
> (similar to what we
> do now to access our CVS repository).
> Is it possible to do this?

When you say, "access via web browser", do you simply mean "browse the
repository through a VMS web browser"? If so, that's a very different
thing than running a subversion client directly on VMS. And it's easy
to do. There are number of CGI programs for making a subversion
repository web-browsable, such as viewcvs and websvn. Take a look at
the 'links' page on the subversion website to see them all.

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