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Re: Webreporting Tools Comparsion (ViewCVS, CVSWeb, bonsai)

From: Brendan Humphreys
Subject: Re: Webreporting Tools Comparsion (ViewCVS, CVSWeb, bonsai)
Date: Tue, 15 Mar 2005 10:38:28 -0800

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On Mon, 14 Mar 2005 12:46:08 +0100, Frank Knobloch
<address@hidden> wrote:
> Dear all,
> we just want to use a web based tool for integration in our daily CVS
> work. It doesn't need functions for checkin/checkout. It's more focused to
> manage CVS Repository, i.e. Listing files, tags, branches, history, seeing
> activity and such stuff.
> I found some tools named ViewCVS, CVSWeb, bonsai. With CVSWeb we already
> work, but it is an old and patched version, not maintainable.
> So which tool do you preferr?
> I also find a tool, called cvsmonitor for monitory acitivty. Is this
> functionality included in one of these tools?
> Any experiences are welcome.
> Thanks
> Frank
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