[Trac] Re: What is the repository for?
dave at boost-consulting.com
Thu Apr 20 15:12:26 CDT 2006
Christian Boos <cboos at neuf.fr> writes:
> David Abrahams wrote:
>> Trac needs a separate database, so clearly it doesn't depend
>> exclusively on SVN for storage. In all the trac documentation I can
>> find, the only thing it says about subversion is that Trac will let
>> you browse the SVN repository. Surely it doesn't make sense to make
>> SVN a *requirement* if all Trac is doing with SVN is to provide a
> SVN is not a requirement anymore since version 0.10.
Oh, that's good to know. If that version is released, where is it,
and why do the install instructions say SVN is a requirement?
If it is not released, how do I get it?
>> Can someone point me to more complete information about what Trac is
>> doing with SVN and what sort of integration I get beyond repository
>> browsing? Also (in case it isn't obvious), I'm requesting that the
>> docs be updated to reflect this information (or more clearly highlight
>> it, if I've missed something).
> In the TracGuide, there's the TracBrowser, TracChangeset and
> TracRevisionLog pages which explain what you can do. Also, the
> integration is achieved by the way of the TracLinks in the wiki
> syntax, which enables you to "talk" about your changesets or source
> files from any part of the system (tickets, wiki pages, etc.)
> Lastly, there's a contributed post-commit-hook script for Subversion,
> which will comment on and otherwise manipulate your tickets in Trac
> depending on what has been written in the changeset message.
Oh, great! Well, I guess I want it. But, my sysadmin says:
After installing swig and rebuilding subversion I can't make swig-py,
looks that I'm not alone:
Scroll down to message from Christopher Mann.
He has exactly the same errors :(
Does anyone have a clue what to do about that?
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