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From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2006-02-19 01:42:32 CET

Mark Galbreath wrote:
> Are there any cool canned xslt stylesheets out there to replace the
> one that d/ls with svn?
> mark
Hi Mark,

I am not familiar with that many other .xslt forms that others have
done, but I personally use ViewVC (http://www.viewvc.org/). Not only
does it give me a look at my latest revision (which is all the XSLT
pages do), but I can also look at past revisions and diff between any
two separate revisions of a file.

I also like it because I have created links between my bug tracking
system (Bugzilla) and Subversion so that all commits to Subversion will
add a note to any issues fixed by that bug, and in that note there are
URL's to take me to my code viewer to see what changed in that revision.

Anyway - my 2 cents would be to move in the direction of one of the
Repository Browsing Tools (http://subversion.tigris.org/links.html).

btw - I too am putting in time this weekend. And my company doesn't
give this one as a holiday... Best of luck to you!

Received on Sun Feb 19 01:43:34 2006

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