ibneko: (Default)
So here's what I'm using:
iPhone OS 3.1.2
XCode 3.1.4
Instructions from http://gumballtech.com/2009/12/13/on-device-testing-wout-paying-99/
and AppSync 3.1 on the Jailbroken iPhone.


Mar. 8th, 2007 05:37 pm
ibneko: (Default)
I've been looking around for various web "front ends" for svn - essentially allowing comfortable browsing of an svn repository. The catch, however, is it must support remote repositories. As in, accessed through http:// or https://. Most, like Trac and ViewVC (was ViewCVS) either are working on handling it, or don't handle it at all.

So WebSVN [http://websvn.tigris.org/] handles it. And runs in PHP. That is good. (Trac and ViewVC are python based, a bit more of a hassle to install, at least for me.)

"XML error: no element found (3) at line 3 column 0 byte 45"

This error is due to a custom certificate. If you hit this, you'll need to find some way to tell svn to accept that certificate. Since my certificate was signed by CACert, all I had to do with add their root file to the svn config:
(in ~/.subversion/servers, on the bottom, after the [global])
ssl-authority-files = /etc/ssl/certs/cacert-root-ca.crt

And then I hacked configclass.inc (and modified config.inc)
Diff as follows:
Diff, generated by svn )

Note: the configuration location set function must be called BEFORE setSVNCommandPath. ie;
$config->setSVNConfigPath("/Path/To/Subversion/config/.subversion ie. /Users/benjamin/.subversion");

Also, yes, it does use your subversion settings. I see no problems with this, but I may be sadly mistaken. If you want to play it safe, recreate the folder somewhere and set the "servers" file there.

Side note: accessing an SVN repository remotely is quite slow. If you have alternatives, use them.

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