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Re: Web Interface

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2006d_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2006-12-02 04:22:10 CET

On Dec 1, 2006, at 10:28, Morris wrote:

> Does subversion have a web page interface or is it just command line?

That depends on what you mean. There are a variety of web-based
Subversion tools.

There is SVNManager, which lets you administer Subversion
repositories over the web.

There's Trac, ViewVC, WebSVN and many others which allow you to view
information about a repository on the web. None of these are included
with Subversion; you'd have to download and install them separately.
Subversion itself includes a very minimal web-based repository
viewer, if you serve the repository using Apache 2.

I don't know of any web-based tool that lets you commit changes to
the repository. The Subversion philosophy is that you make changes,
test them locally, then commit; to test locally, you need a local
working copy, so a web-based system likely couldn't meet that

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