>>>>> "Bart" == Bart Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Bart> Other ones to look at: chora, trac, viewvc viewvc is the only
Bart> one I found that has bonsai-like query functionality. All of
Bart> them seemed to have comparable browse features.
Thanks! After some further searching it looks like ViewVC will be our
Bart> Other diff and merge tools to look at, not necessarily
Bart> web-accessible, are winmerge, xxdiff, p4 merge (free), kompare
Bart> (decent kde reimpl of p4 merge).
I've wrapped a shell script around xxdiff to let you diff one or more
files between working directory and repository. That works nicely for
the pre-commit code review.
Bart> I didn't know about kamikaze until you mentioned it. Is it
Bart> proving fairly robust for you? The query stuff in viewvc works
Bart> well but isn't as flashy and robust as bonsai proper yet (and
Bart> browsing seems hell of slow).
Kamikaze seems ok. Its main issue was that it didn't hook to any
browsing package -- it would report results but then give you no real
skills weren't good enough to do that properly.
I didn't find the browsing all that bad in ViewVC, except sometimes
when you have long logs. It would be good if Subversion had a native
way to say "give me the next N log entries starting here". You can
hack that, using shell tools, with "svn log ... |head -N", but ViewVC
needs an API way to do it.
The biggest difference I saw between Kamikaze and the ViewVC query is
that the latter reports line add/delete counts for deltas. That's not
native to Subversion, so ViewVC has to do that the hard way when it
populates the database (do the diffs, and parse the output). As a
result, a repository for which populating the Kamikaze database takes
about 50 minutes, requires almost 2 days for ViewVC. But that's a one
time hit, and it can probably be improved.
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Received on Thu Dec 15 16:07:52 2005