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Re: svnX question

From: Robert Welz <welz_at_fixe-post.de>
Date: 2006-02-06 20:53:47 CET

William Nagel wrote:
> On Feb 5, 2006, at 10:30 PM, si wrote:
>>> Oh yes, I've got it running now, but is there a way to see the
>>> content of a file
>>> without checking it out?
>>> Is this possible at all with subversion?
>> Alex just answered that question in another thread, have a look at:
>> svn help cat
>> It will accept an URL, hence no checkout needed.
>> However, I'm not sure if SvnX has this functionality.
> As far as I can tell, SvnX doesn't support opening up a file from
> within SvnX to look at it (i.e. an 'svn cat' functionality). It will
> let you select a single file and do an Svn Export on just at file,
> though. That would allow you to save a single file to your desktop and
> then open it up to take a look at it without creating a working copy
> with all of the associated baggage.

Yes, than you all very much. svn cat is exactly what I want, together with svn log I
am able to view certificates and crl's in a way that is appropriate for a certificate
repository. Together with mod_chroot (and in addition keeping my pc offline when not
needed) I can keep track of certificates in an approprate way.


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