webpost | 10 Aug 09:33 2010
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RE: Re: [WebSVN] Error opening office files (.xls, .doc)

Hi all,
finally this problem has been solved with WebSVN version 2.3.1

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webpost | 12 Aug 19:35 2010
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[WebSVN] incorporate svn searcher to websvn

hi websvn team

thank you for coming out with such a wonderful software.

have you thought of incorporating a searcher in websvn, i.e., a full text search of the contents in the repositories?
something like http://svn-search.sourceforge.net/ 

if there is such a search engine, websvn would be almost perfect.

thank you once again.

cmgui

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Iván Montes | 12 Aug 20:33 2010
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RE: [WebSVN] incorporate svn searcher to websvn

I tried some time ago to integrate search functionality using SupoSE
(http://supose.soebes.de/wiki/supose) but the indexer performance was really poor when working with
large repositories (1000+ commits).

Svn Searcher seems to index just the latest revision, which should offer a good performance, although I
haven't tried it.

Anyway, I wanted to advocate for another piece of software, OpenGrok
(http://hub.opensolaris.org/bin/view/Project+opengrok/), which has a really good and solid
indexer and complements it with cross-reference linking and syntax highlighting. It really scales very
well to a large number of projects and latests versions even allow to search across multiple repositories.

My point is that fully integrating a generic search engine into WebSVN would be very hard to do and won't
offer so many nice features as OpenGrok does, so perhaps, a better option is to modify the template with
links and a search form redirecting to OpenGrok, instead of performing the search in WebSVN itself. 

Just my $.02

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webpost | 24 Aug 16:43 2010
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[WebSVN] revision.php: incompatible repname to older websvn versions

Hello *,

I've coded a tool, which creates links into websvn 2.1.0.
They look like:
https://pc100/websvn/revision.php?repname=Repository%3A+MYREPO&path=%2F&rev=403

With websvn 2.3.1 using of repname was changed:
https://pc100/websvn/revision.php?repname=METRAX&path=&peg=&rev=403

So I patched setup.php. Refer to attached file.
-->Just add patch block directly under:
#######################################
// Load repository if possible
if ($config->multiViews) {
	$rep = null; // MultiViews has custom code to load a repository
} else {
	// Load repository matching 'repname' parameter (if set) or the default.
	$repname =  <at> $_REQUEST['repname'];
	if (isset($repname)) {
#######################################

Maybe, someone else has the same problem and now a solution

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webpost | 25 Aug 17:07 2010
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[WebSVN] How to view property changes for a given change set.

I've been having a hard time trying to figure out how to actually view property changes in files (well,
change sets, I suppose) as they've changed from rev to rev.  If I click the "diff" icon for a given revision
change for a file I'm interested in, I only get the diffs of the physical file.  It doesn't also include the
changes to any revision properties.  Is this something that can be added, or am I thinking "wrong"?

I see that I can get to that kind of information in the "compare paths" link, but navigating all the way down to
a relevant change (particularly if the relevant change is fairly well buried in your source tree for a
given change set) seems to not be a convenient way of determining this.

Can a link be provided from the "navigation" window to supply this information quickly?

I'm thinking something along the lines of when viewing a particular revision (like
http://path/to/directory/?op=revision&rev=24233&peg=24233), that the "View Details" link point
to the "compare the revision that created this version to its predecessor".  Or something like that.

Other tools I've used (fisheye, for example) seem to have handled this a little bit more clearly.

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Gmane