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web or file (not directory) based client for doc management?

From: Robert Eden <rmeden_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2007-01-31 05:25:05 CET

Sorry if this is a FAQ.. I looked in the FAQ and didn't see anything... I did see a 2004 thread on the list that suggested WebDav, but things may have changed....

I'm looking for a *VERY SIMPLE* document management system for some of my non technical users. This will not be for source code, but various documents (typically M$ Word or Excel) used by non-technical folks. It needs the ability to browse files, see history, view files, lock files, checkout, commit.

Some of our developers use TortoiseSVN, but that's directory based. These guys are not going to want to check out an entire directory to update a single file. It also doesn't have an easy way to browse the repository, which would be needed.

I looked at things like RapidSVN, but while it has a browse function, it still is directory based.

A web client would be nice, but an application is ok too. I'm not concerned about strong authentication.

Do any clients come to mind? I realize SVN is really designed for source code, but the base code can do other things.


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