Tuesday, May 9th, 2006

Ajax SVN Browser

Category: Ruby, Showcase

David Rappo and his team at Bounty Source have created a Rails created web-based Subversion browser.

A live beta has been opened up and we can expect it to be open-sourced after the appliction moves out of beta.

Ajax SVN Browser

Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:36 am

4.3 rating from 37 votes


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now this kind of stuff is useful… much better then an Ajax OS. *puke*

Comment by krazykarl — May 9, 2006

quite a useful app here, now, let’s wait how other coders and designers extend this tool…

Comment by audienceone — May 9, 2006

What’s wrong with websvn ?

Comment by troels — May 9, 2006

troels, nothing’s wrong with WebSVN and a lot of people are happy with it. We just thought we could do a little better (we’re not there, yet..). And besides, we wanted an SVN browser in Ruby on Rails since the rest of our system is based on Ruby on Rails. Added to that, we have all kinds Ajax goodness, and we’re quite different already :)

Comment by rappo — May 9, 2006

rappo: You might be interested in knowing that doing a history ‘search’ on * as a filename results in: “An SVN error has occured: undefined method `[]’ for nil:NilClass”.

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Any word on how we might try/beta this beauty? Great work!!

Comment by Eric Kramer — December 8, 2006

For those who find this page and notice there’s no actual download. I surfed alot of links from this site and eventually found it.


Comment by Somebody Else — March 11, 2007

This is pretty old; are there any plans to update this beyond what’s in the repository? Would be great to see this project grow.

Comment by forrie — October 25, 2008

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