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Subversion web interfaces

From: Paul Koning <pkoning_at_equallogic.com>
Date: 2005-12-09 23:40:26 CET


I'm trying to placate my management about the web accessibility of
Subversion compared to CVS. There's CVSweb, which is tolerable.
There's Bonsai, which is a query tool, but it hooks up to CVS viewing
tools that are rather nice. One particular feature in high demand is
"side by side diffs".

I've been looking for analogous tools for Subversion. There's
Kamikaze to replace Bonsai, but it doesn't have much of any connection
to viewer tools yet. (I've added my own, crudely, into Insurrection).

There's Insurrection, which works well if your browser does a decent
job with XML. But I've watch IE throw up all over itself on that XML,
and Netscape is even worse.

There's WebSVN, which isn't quite as smooth as Insurrection but it
doesn't rely on browser XML processing, so that may be a help.

None of these do side by side diffs. And they all look like they
haven't had a whole lot of polish yet.

So... did I miss any good candidates? Does anyone do side by side
diff in a web interface for Subversion?

I just spotted ViewVC (formerly ViewCVS) -- will that help? I can't


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