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Re: browser based svn client?

From: Rob Brandt <bronto_at_csd-bes.net>
Date: 2005-11-29 05:55:28 CET

Quoting Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2005@ryandesign.com>:

> I didn't find anything like that either, and considered writing my
> own PHP/MySQL-based repo browser plus repo manager plus hook manager
> plus email notification manager plus working copy manager. But I
> haven't had time yet.
> The PHP SVN bindings in PEAR are not so much old or aging as never
> exactly completed. I could never get them to install, and my mails
> with the developer reached an dead end.

Mine too. Since you got no response I'll stop holding my breath about getting
one myself. But those bindings might be a good starting point if I ever get
time to do a whole client, and I'll be sure to let you know if and when that
ever happens, 'cause I'm sure I'd appreciate the help. :)

> My project was to be full-featured and general-purpose, hence large,
> hence it never got done. If all you want though is, in effect, a
> single button labeled "Update the live site's working copy" which
> calls a single shell script "svn up /path/to/working/copy" then that
> sounds like scarcely more than a handful of lines of code right there.

Yeah, if worse comes to worse, that's what I might do. I wanted the whole
enchilada so that if they made a mistake they could roll back, do diffs, etc.,
but I could always handle that myself via command line if they ever need it.


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