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By: Peter

Wed, 25 Sep 2013 12:59:37 +0000

So - this solution works great with our UberSVN installation on CentOS. Thanks for your post. The only thing I came across was that if the message log contained multiple lines then this was being truncated so only the first line would be displayed. With some hackery (and I do apologise) I have came up with a solution to add multiple lines of the log message. Using the svn2feed.py linked here in: def _get_item_dict(self, revision): I added the following: .... info_lines = child_out.readlines() child_out.close() child_in.close() child_err.close() #loop info_lines for additional log message lines info_line_log = '' for i, v in enumerate(info_lines): if i >= 3: info_line_log += v + '' Then adjusted the line that reads: % (info_lines[0], info_lines[1], revision, info_lines[3], formatted_changed_data)) to % (info_lines[0], info_lines[1], revision, info_line_log, formatted_changed_data)) Voilla - multiple lines in the log message. Thanks!



By: John

Fri, 09 Oct 2009 22:30:01 +0000

Dude I run SVN on windows and use viewvc.cgi , setting up a RSS feed on a windows box isn't that hard. As bbum said, most Windows developers don't use SVN (which is foolish IMHO) as it's dirt easy to use and cheap! At first the learning curve for the older windows devs was a little nasty but once they 'got it' they LOVE SVN.... plus it pushes all of the backup requirements to me as the sysadmin :) Cheers, get post btw thanks!



By: Jack

Sat, 03 Nov 2007 15:55:21 +0000

Sam, you svnfeed site has a mis-spelling. publically should be publicly.



By: Sam

Sun, 14 Oct 2007 17:43:44 +0000

I am running a service that does this right now. Just go to: http://svnfeed.com. Here is the blog entry that I wrote about it: http://www.javarants.com/2007/09/22/track-subversion-svn-changes-with-an-rss-feed/



By: bbum

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 15:52:48 +0000

Hah -- your percentages amuse me. In the subversion using world, the % of developers running a Unix variant is much greater. Most Windows developers I know use some god awful windows specific SCM system (their words, not mine) or something terribly expensive (which is what I mostly ran into when I did financial district consulting in NYC and Chicago). In any case, there isn't anything about this particular solution that couldn't be done on Windows. You just need to install Python and set the paths up correctly.



By: Jack

Thu, 04 Oct 2007 15:28:22 +0000

For the other 99% of normal world that uses WINDOWS, is there a simple solution to set this up? Does anyone make or know of a solution that can just be installed on a windows box that runs apache and SVN? God-Forbid we make life easy instead of pure frustration to get this to work.



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Wed, 23 May 2007 21:49:08 +0000

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By: The Random Musings » Blog Archive » links for 2006-10-21

Fri, 10 Nov 2006 19:36:54 +0000

[...] bbum’s weblog-o-mat » Blog Archive » HOWTO: Adding an RSS feed to a Subversion Server A howto for setting up an RSS feed on a Subversion server. (tags: subversion rssfeed) [...]



By: links for 2006-09-13 at onwalking.org

Wed, 04 Oct 2006 04:05:19 +0000

[...] bbum’s weblog-o-mat » Blog Archive » HOWTO: Adding an RSS feed to a Subversion Server This tutorial will start by creating a local subversion server. The rest of the directions are universally applicable with the caveat that you need to make sure that the user running the RSS generation actually has write access to wherever the RSS feed(s) (tags: subversion svn rss) [...]



By: Arek

Sun, 20 Aug 2006 19:13:14 +0000

And for those who just want to publish ChangeLogs on their webpage there is svn2log script.