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Re: GUI for administration of SVN

From: Paul Dhaliwal <subpaul_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 16 Apr 2008 10:51:15 -0700

I have actually tried svnmanager couple of times. Last time I tried it, it
was missing some php files from the distribution (latest distribution).

First time I tried it, I felt like it didn't have enough control, and I
believe it didn't work fully last time either.

However, something that I feel is more useful than svn manger is

Webmin + Virtualmin + svn plugin.

So basically you will have a apache2 + svn setup, and can do pretty much all
you want except doing group based administration, and managing directory
level permission for a repository.

Also, if you are not using virtualmin or webmin already, this option might
be a stretch for you.

I manage my svn instance by hand. I have about 15 users so its not a big
deal. I am planning to start using virtualmin setup, once I get it to work
the way I would like it to work.

HTH,
Paul

On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Ryan Schmidt <
subversion-2008b_at_ryandesign.com> wrote:

> On Apr 15, 2008, at 6:55 AM, Proskurin Kirill wrote:
>
> Im searching a fine GUI for FreeBSD or Linux. For administration of SVN
> > repositories what can do all day by day task`s like creating new repos,
> > migrations, merge, browse, making new user, auth restriction and other.
> >
> > Our SVN server runs on svnserve.
> >
> > What can you advise?
> >
>
> SVNManager is a web-based repository administration tool. Maybe that's
> what you're looking for:
>
> http://svnmanager.sourceforge.net/
>
> I haven't tried it myself.
>
>
>
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