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web based client

From: bruce <bedouglas_at_earthlink.net>
Date: 2007-05-18 14:47:00 CEST


Doing some quick research into web based svn clients.

What have you guys seen as the best web based clients, to allow users to be
able to do project/file access
(creates/writes/reads/deletes/checkin/checkout/read comments/etc..)

I'm looking at using gforge, and I'm not sure it permits for file access
with regards the underlying repository. gforge uses viewvc, and as far as I
can tell, viewvc is only able to view the underlying file/project structure,
but it doesn't allow you to perform the above project/fill access functions
that I listed.

So, I'm trying to find a web based app that will have the listed actions, as
well as be able to use the underlying user/project/file access control files
as the user is accessing the files.

While I'd prefer a php based app, I'm willing to look at java based apps as
well. Polarion appears to be a good implementation, and it's listed as being
open source.

Let me know your thoughts!



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