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Insurrection

Insurrection is a Web interface and RSS and Atom feed generator for Subversion that uses modern browser features while being as browser agnostic as possible. It has some repository rights administration features and a reasonably good-looking interface that can be customized. RSS and Atom feeds of updates to the project are available.

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  •  02 Feb 2006 07:06

    Release Notes: The way the filter for non-XSLT browsers works was changed such that it is possible to detect the upcoming Apple Safari update that fixes its XSLT implementation. A way to browse the repository at any revision was added. To enable the user to enter this mode, there is a link on the revision change log pages. The pre-commit hook was fixed to deal with the trailing "/" on directory entries.

    •  04 Dec 2005 13:09

      Release Notes: Support for log message updating via the Insurrection Web interface was added. This is only enabled if the repository has revprop editing enabled. The browser test pages were made fully self-contained. They no longer depend on some of the files that are part of Insurrection. Some obscure security details were addressed. The old broken_xslt support was removed in favor of the stream based support for browsers that are known to not have funtioning XML/XSLT support.

      •  11 Oct 2005 18:57

        Release Notes: The major change in this release is the switch to the Atom 1.0 feed specification from Atom 0.3. Other changes include better handling of peg revisions for diff and blame, and some minor layout/style changes.

        •  08 Oct 2005 23:12

          Release Notes: Numerous bug fixes and feature enhancements were made, including a better main repository listing format with more details, Atom and RSS XSLT stylesheets such that the feeds can be read in a standard Web browser in addition to Atom and RSS readers, and better "conditional get" support (which handles a greater variety of HTTP engines). Repository and server administration pages are not functional.

          •  01 Jun 2005 14:40

            Release Notes: Atom feed support was added in addition to the RSS feed. Repository admin access was added to repository dumps and repository bandwidth information.

            Recent comments

            22 Jun 2006 02:41 mksoft

            Re: "Administration features"? --cool, where?


            > Developing www.CommuniDB.com (a

            > Subversion-based XML Wiki and more),

            > I've been looking for Web GUI tools for

            >

            > Subversion to manage users & groups

            > --as those

            > listed here (SynManager,

            >

            > SynAccess, and your

            >

            > Insurrection).  In particular,

            > you mention here "[Insurrection]

            > has some repository rights

            > administration

            > features" and "Administrate

            > user access

            > to repositories"; however, the ONLY

            >

            > details I can find are at

            >

            > http://svn.code-host.net/best-practices.html

            [...]

            The administrative screens can be see at http://svn.code-host.net/project.html when you "click to view screen shots" on that page. Some of those screens have been enhanced since I made those screen shots. The svn.code-host.net server does not allow access to that administrative pages as that would, well, allow access to that administrative pages for that server, which is what I and my customers use to administrate their repositories.

            22 Jun 2006 00:01 PRichard

            "Administration features"? --cool, where?

            Developing www.CommuniDB.com (http://www.CommuniDB.com) (a
            Subversion-based XML Wiki and more), I've been looking for Web GUI tools for
            Subversion to manage users & groups --as those
            listed here (SynManager (http://freshmeat.net/projects/svnmanager/),

            SynAccess, and your

            Insurrection).  In particular,
            you mention here "[Insurrection] has some repository rights administration
            features" and "Administrate user access
            to repositories"; however, the ONLY
            details I can find are at

            http:// (http://svn.code-host.net/best-practices.html)svn.code-host.net/best-practices.html (http://svn.code-host.net/best-practices.html)
            which says: "

            If you don't have an account on the Insurrection server,
            please get one now.  The username of the account should be the same as your
            EMail address. This is important as Insurrection will be sending EMail to
            you with your new account password.  ...

            Once you have your account, go to
            password change (http://svn.code-host.net/password.cgi) web
            interface and log in using your user name and password.  You should also
            take a moment to change the password to something secure.  Note that the
            Insurrection server passwords are stored in a one-way encrypted format and
            thus can not be recovered but they may be reset by an administrator.


            " --That's it.  Where are the rest of the administrative features? 
            Can it handle groups?  Nested groups?

            BTW, your SVN web display interface is cool.  I especially like the
            XML: "Note that the repository browsing features require a web browser that
            is XML and XSLT compatible."  You may be interested in our
            www.CommuniDB.com (http://www.CommuniDB.com)
            wiki: see the part which says there "A way to turn display XML & XSLT:
            maybe

            "SVNIndexXSLT" but which displays index.xml, not the folder
            contents."  Thoughts appreciated.

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