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Re: need a serverside svn browser for linux box ?

From: J. Bakshi <joydeep_at_infoservices.in>
Date: Mon, 26 Oct 2009 13:31:57 +0530

Ryan Schmidt wrote:
> On Oct 26, 2009, at 01:29, J. Bakshi wrote:
>> I am looking for a server side svn browser for linux box which can allow
>> to see the flipped through the different commit levels and codes. Is
>> there any such thing ?
> You can use the command-line svn client, of course. There are also
> cross-platform GUIs available, some of which may work on Linux,
> depending on what desktop environment you use. There are also several
> web-based interfaces, like Trac and WebSVN, which you could install
> and access in a web browser, on the server or anywhere else. Check out
> the Links page on the Subversion web site.

Hello Ryan and Bogdan,

Thanks a lot for your responses. Let me clarify that I need a server
side svn browser; which can show all the revisions along with comments
as a tree structure and in the individual commits there should be a
facility to see the codes of the committed file as well as to diff (
compare) with some other commit. I'll check viewvc but if there is
something better please let me know.



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