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- Distribution: SVN-Web
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SVN::Web - Subversion repository web frontend
> mkdir cgi-bin/svnweb > cd cgi-bin/svnweb > svnweb-install
Edit config.yaml to set the source repository, then point your browser to
index.cgi/reposto browse it.
You will also need to make the svnweb directory writeable by the web server.
SVN::Web provides a web interface to subversion repositories. You can browse the tree, view history of a directory or a file, see what's changed in a specific revision, track changes with RSS, and also view diff.
SVN::Web also tracks the branching feature (node copy) of subversion, so you can easily see the relationship between branches.
You can enable mod_perl support of SVN::Web with the following in the apache configuration:
Alias /svnweb /path/to/svnweb <Directory /path/to/svnweb/> AllowOverride None Options None SetHandler perl-script PerlHandler SVN::Web </Directory>
Note that the first time for accessing a repository might be very slow, because the Branch plugin has to create cache for copy information. for a large 9000-revision repository it takes 2 minutes.
Chia-liang Kao <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Copyright 2003-2004 by Chia-liang Kao <email@example.com>.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
|s||Focus search bar|
|?||Bring up this help dialog|
|g p||Go to pull requests|
|g i||go to github issues (only if github is preferred repository)|
|g a||Go to author|
|g c||Go to changes|
|g i||Go to issues|
|g d||Go to dist|
|g r||Go to repository/SCM|
|g s||Go to source|
|g b||Go to file browse|