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Re: SVN Browser/Management Application...

From: Frank Gruman <fgatwork_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2006-05-02 18:06:57 CEST

bruce wrote:
> Frank,
> Thanks for the reply... Have you (or anybody) used this particular tool??
> Any thoughts/comments as to it's functionality..
> Does it allow one to:
> - copy/move folders
> - create tag folders
> - import folders/files from external folders...
> - backup repositories
> - etc...
> Thanks...
> -Bruce
I use this tool for my repository administration. It allows me to
create repositories through the web and allow users read and/or write
access to those repositories. I can also perform manual backups through
this tool (but I typically don't since I have a cron job doing that

I think the fine grained permissions you are looking for would have to
be done through svnperms.py and the commit hooks or something along
those lines. As far as I know, there is no remote administration for
this tool. BUT - there is still hope - as I said earlier, if you need
this badly enough, have one of your developers work with the SVNManager
crew to integrate svnperms.py (or something like it) into SVNManager.

As far as moving folders, etc., those functions are typically part of
the working copy client in the Subversion world since the actual
repository is more of a reference/storage entity than anything else.

I see you have copied Mr. Verkerk as well, so perhaps he will be able to
shed some light on what he envisions SVNManager to do in the future.


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