Django-based subversion browser.
A Subversion browser for Django that can track and display the contents multiple repositories.
Using svnlit in your Django site
Once you’ve installed the svnlit source into your Python site environment:
Put 'svnlit' in your INSTALLED_APPS setting.
Run the command manage.py syncdb.
Add Subversion repositories either through the Django admin application or through the svnlit management command manage.py svnadd.
Some of the application’s behaviour can be configured by adding the appropriate settings to your project’s settings file.
The following settings are available:
Amount of time in seconds to allow a prolonged pysvn API call before cancelling.
Amount of time in seconds to retained data cached by svnlit.
Optionally specify a subversion config file that can be passed to pysvn.Client.
Number of changesets to display on the changeset list view.
If this setting is enabled, svnlit will sync repositories’ changesets’ on most views. How often the syncing happens when a view is served depends on the SVNLIT_SYNC_INTERVAL setting.
When SVNLIT_AUTO_SYNC is set to True, this setting controls how often the syncing happens. Every time a view is served, the time elapsed since the last sync is checked. If it has exceeded the number of seconds specified by this setting, svnlit will sync the changesets of the repository being viewed.
svnlit comes with some commands you can use with manage.py.
Add a repository. The label is the name of the repository to be used in the URLs. The root argument is the repository URI, such as file:///var/svn/myrepository or svn://code.example.com/myrepository. The command has several additional options. See details by running manage.py help svnadd.
Get repository changes. If no arguments are specified, all repositories tracked by svnlit are synced. Alternately you can specify individual repositories by passing their labels as arguments.
Clean up expired cache data generated by svnlit. This command can be used as a job in a crontab.
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