Chaz Meyers (cpm) wrote,
Chaz Meyers

A nice interface to subversion.

For the two or three programmers who read this:

What do you use to browse your subversion repositories? The command line interface is fine and well for committing and discarding current changes, but it's not something I would want to use to go searching for where I introduced a bug 5 months ago or something.

The givens:
* I do not have root on the computer storing the repository. I don't trust my own hardware that much.
* I've already tried TortoiseSVN and don't like it. My computers always act funky after any of the Tortoise products are installed, so I would rather have nothing to do with them, thanks.
* Something web-based would be prefered. I'm on a lot of computers throughout the day, and I can't install software on all of them. And, even if I could, I wouldn't want to.
* Trac looks nice, but I can't get it to install. I'm cutting my losses and moving on. What should I move on to?
Tags: computers, rootless, software, svn

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