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RE: viewing svn logs?

From: Bob Archer <Bob.Archer_at_amsi.com>
Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2010 14:10:29 -0400

> Here is what I would need:
> For someone without SVN access be able to see what's files have
> been committed/added/deleted/updated,revisions, etc.
> I believe it would essentially need to parse the SVN log file and
> display the information in a nice format online (or something)
> Tools I have at my disposal:
> 1) SVN within dreamweaver (windows machine)
> 2) SVN server in linux
> 3) our web browsers
> Am I missing any information that you can think of?
> Thanks for helping me out!

BTW: Just because you are using Dreamweaver's internal svn support that doesn't preclude you from installing TortoiseSVN to view repo and logs.

For someone to view that info the will need read access to the repository. So, they could use TSVN. Or... as others suggest use ViewVC or other such web UI based tools.

Received on 2010-08-06 20:11:07 CEST

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