Sventon 2.5.1

A Web-based Subversion repository browser
Sventon - Sventon can display Subversion repositories in the browser, with a complete and accurate directory structure
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Sventon is written in Java and allows developers to view and interact with a Subversion code repository via their browser.

To run, just install it on any server able to run servlets.

Main features:

  • Support for HTTP and HTTPS
  • Can display multple repositories from one installation
  • Source code fiel viewer
  • Archive file viewer
  • View recent changes
  • Image thumbnail previews
  • Bradcrumb navigation system
  • RSS syndication
  • File locking
  • The user can download the entire repo as a ZIP
  • Send email alerts for commits
  • Friendly URL strings
  • Diff tool
  • Blame view (view edits by line number and author)
  • Track file history and states
  • Source code syntax highlighting
  • Cached output
  • Themeable via CSS
  • User authentication system
  • Installation wizard
  • Integrates with JIRA, Luntbuild, Hudson, and TortoiseSVN

last updated on:
December 12th, 2012, 19:05 GMT
license type:

GPL: GNU General Public License

developed by:
Sventon Project
operating system(s):
Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
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Sventon - A single source code file can also be viewed with SventonSventon - A file's history can accurately be tracked and displayedSventon - Viewing a 'blame' file where individual edits are tracked by username and line numberSventon - Sventon can also display file edits with the help of the classic diff view
What's New in This Release:
  • Added:
  • LRU Caching of SVN queries.
  • Show progress bar when exporting files.
  • Date picker to 'Goto revision' field.
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