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Re: How to get svnmucc

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2007-08-16 04:23:30 CEST

Jay Crouch wrote:
> I’m building a web front end for svn... Really need a batch method of
> running svn command line statements. Ran across the svnmucc project — is
> this thing still working? If so how do I get the tool.

It is located in the source distribution:


with the following comment in the source file:

/* Multiple URL Command Client

    Combine a list of mv, cp and rm commands on URLs into a single commit.

    Copyright 2005 Philip Martin <philip@codematters.co.uk>

    Licenced under the same terms as Subversion.

    How it works: the command line arguments are parsed into an array of
    action structures. The action structures are interpreted to build a
    tree of operation structures. The tree of operation structures is
    used to drive an RA commit editor to produce a single commit.

    To build this client, type 'make svnmucc' from the root of your
    Subversion source directory.

So you would have to switch to the directory which 'ports' uses to build the
distribution and do it yourself.

But, the larger question is what kind of web frontend are you writing? Is there
something the plethora of other web interfaces don't do? Perhaps if you
described exactly what you are intending, you could get better advice for how to
go about doing it...

Just my 2 cents


John Peacock
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