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Re: New user question

From: Ryan Schmidt <subversion-2007a_at_ryandesign.com>
Date: 2007-03-03 04:56:06 CET

On Mar 1, 2007, at 11:02, Marc Diament wrote:

> Hi. I am a new user and admin of Subversion. Iíve used it briefly
> as an intermittent contributing user during consulting work in the
> past but never really got into any of the sophistication of the
> system. Now I have an installation at my company on a Win 2003
> server that I installed and configured and am managing. I also am
> using a bug tracking system called FogBugz. FogBugz, TortoiseSVN,
> and Subversion integrate so that we can enter the case numbers from
> FogBugz in when we commit changes into Subversion and then we can
> see in the svn logs what bugs different commits are related to.
> Also we get a link back to the FogBugz web site so we can easily
> open the related cases from within TortoiseSVN. This is working
> great!
>
>
>
> I am having a problem though. I am supposed to be able to install
> Websvn on my machine and use it to automatically populate links
> into the cases in FogBugz that link back to svn and show the
> commits that are related to the FogBugz cases. Websvn is a PHP app.
>
> I have PHP up and running on my server (same server as FogBugz and
> Subversion and I have tested PHP and it is working properly). I
> have subversion running using svnserve as the service (not
> apache). I have not been able to get websvn pages to display and
> I canít get the integration between FogBugz and websvn to work.
>
>
>
> These are my main questions:
>
>
>
> 1. Does anyone here have experience with making Websvn work in
> this type of setup?
>
> 3. Should I post this question to another mailing list more
> specific to websvn?

Your question seems to be mainly about websvn, so you might have
better luck asking the websvn developers, or asking on their mailing
list, if they have one.

There are other web-based repository viewers. ViewVC (formerly
ViewCVS) is quite popular. I haven't looked into any of them very
extensively so I can't recommend one or another. (I looked at ViewVC
briefly and found the interface confusing, and I looked at WebSVN
briefly and got PHP errors almost immediately so I abandoned it as
immature, though that may have improved since I looked at it.) I am
particularly fond of the sexy diff viewer in Trac though.

> 2. Will it work with svnserve instead of Apache. (Iíd prefer not
> to have to install and manage Apache too if I can avoid it. Its
> not a religious matter, just my company is small and the fewer apps
> I have to manage and keep running and figure out the crazy
> Microsoft security around, the better.)

I don't know, but I assume websvn would be able to access the
repository regardless of how it's being served.

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