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Re: Subversion web interfaces

From: Wendell Beckwith <wbeckwith_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-09 23:44:21 CET

Check out fisheye from www.cenqua.com as they have diff capability and the
1.1 RC1 release is suppose to support subversion.


On 12/9/05, Paul Koning <pkoning@equallogic.com> wrote:
> Gentlepeople,
> 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
> tell.
> paul
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