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kdesvn

   1.6.x  

KDE Development Tool

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Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  15349
Submitted:  Jul 18 2005
Updated:  Aug 21 2013

Description:

For news about kdesvn see now http://kdesvn.alwins-world.de

kdesvn is a subversion client using the native subversion delevelopment API instead of just parsing the output of the commandline tool like most other clients do.

It tries to setup a look and feel like the standard filemanager of KDE and is integrated into it via KPart.

The base C++ interface to subversion I took from the (real great) tool Rapidsvn (see http://rapidsvn.tigris.org/) with some modifcations and fixes.

When interested in getting the source from scratch:

http://anongit.kde.org/kdesvn
(do a git clone http://anongit.kde.org/kdesvn)



Comments are welcome. You may use the bugtracker https://bugs.kde.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=kdesvn
for reporting bugs or request features missing.




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 replace file problem

 
 by balique on: Mar 16 2007
 
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Hi, I am a happy user of kdesvn, but recently I remarked following problem :
When use svn command line client 1.4.3 and do the following :

1) lets have a direcotry that contains 4 files a,b,c,d ... this directory is a working copy and is up-to-date.

2) I do svn del *

3) I copy some files a,b,f from a different directory here.

4) I do svn add *
5) I do svn commit -m "replaced files"

then svn commanline client understand, that files c,d were effectively deleted. files a,b were replaced (maybe with identical content, does not matters) and the file f was added.

6) svn status -u
shows that working copy is up-to-date

But, kdesvn at this point shows all old files in that directory and marks directory as "need update" - but this is not true. More, the update is not successful, because of the error that files b,... exist already in the working copy.


Hope that helps, balique
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 Re: replace file problem

 
 by alwin on: Mar 17 2007
 
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I'll check that, possible it is simply due a wrong display update (which a work on since a few days)

Rajko


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 Re: replace file problem

 
 by alwin on: Mar 17 2007
 
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Ok, you're right. kdesvn didn't see replaced items on commits. is fixed and comes with next release.

tnx


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 No unlock on commit

 
 by ufleisch on: Mar 20 2007
 
Score 50%

Thanks for one of the best subversion clients! I have a suggestion for improvement:
Committed files are not unlocked, which is not the expected behavior, see "svn help commit":
If any targets are (or contain) locked items, those will be unlocked after a successful commit.


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 Re: No unlock on commit

 
 by alwin on: Mar 20 2007
 
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ups. Forgot to implement it with subversion 1.4 (it is new since then)


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 Re: Re: No unlock on commit

 
 by alwin on: Mar 20 2007
 
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ups. wrong comment on wrong place... but your'r right. I forgot to integrate it into gui. Comes with next release.


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 Re: Re: Re: No unlock on commit

 
 by ufleisch on: Mar 30 2007
 
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I have a few other ideas for improvement:

  • Some operations block the GUI for several seconds, especially when working with a slow or large repository, or if the working copy is on a network drive. Especially with file:// repositories, there is no busy feedback. This should be shown at least by a busy cursor. Additional progress information would be even better.

  • Often there are multiple messages like "Still checking for updates". The user could be informed about the progress by displaying the directory name (or whatever is the unit of such a single check).

  • "Cat this version" is possible from the revision tree, but not from the Log.

  • When multiple files are selected, Lock/Unlock should also be in the context menu, as it is for a single file.

  • The possibility to select files to commit or add in the Commit dialog is great. It would be even more helpful if one could diff the local changes from that list.

  • Storing plain text passwords in ~/.subversions/auth/svn.simple/ is not the greatest thing in Subversion and has been discussed intensively in the Subversion forum. Kdesvn could do better by offering an option to store the passwords in the KDE Wallet Manager instead.

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     Re: Re: Re: Re: No unlock on commit

     
     by alwin on: Mar 31 2007
     
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    Busy-Cursor and diffing single item in commit dialog exists in latest release.

    "hat "Still checking..." messages... it is just an indicator that something is running in the background hanging due network load. If somewhat comes over the network a progress message is displayed.

    Cat and (un-)lock in context menu, I'll see when.

    Passwords ... well, its a little bit tricky by design. I'm not sure how to handle it when I must see, that I "share" the accountdata with other subversion clients, too. Most times user don't like give information twice. The security problem I see, too. (thats why the default is NOT to save passwords) I'lll see how to handle it.


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     Compile problem

     
     by totoymola on: Apr 2 2007
     
    Score 50%

    Hello.

    I am using Kubuntu 6.10 and I am having problem compiling this. These are the steps I performed:

    1) I installed cmake 2.4.3 the kdesvn build-dep from the repositories
    2) Extracted the kdesvn source files to kdesvn-0.11.2, created a directory called kdesvn-build inside that, and changed to that directory
    3) I ran "cmake ../" and everything seems to work well.
    4) I ran "make install" and got this message:

    [code]
    Built target kdesvn
    Built target kdesvnaskpass
    Built target svnqt
    Built target kdesvncfgreader
    Built target ksvnwidgets
    Built target svnfrontend
    Built target kdesvnhelpers
    Built target settingsdlgs
    Built target kdesvnpart
    Built target kded_kdesvnd
    Built target kio_ksvn
    Built target translations
    Built target doc
    Install the project...
    -- Install configuration: ""
    -- Install configuration: ""
    CMake Error: Error in cmake code at
    /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake:30:
    FILE cannot create directory: /usr/local/lib/kde3. Maybe need administrative privileges.
    Current CMake stack: /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/cmake_install.cmake;/home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake
    make: *** [install] Error 255
    [/code]

    What is wrong with this and how can I fix this?


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     Compile problem

     
     by totoymola on: Apr 2 2007
     
    Score 50%

    Hello.

    I am using Kubuntu 6.10 and I am having problem compiling this. These are the steps I performed:

    1) I installed cmake 2.4.3 the kdesvn build-dep from the repositories
    2) Extracted the kdesvn source files to kdesvn-0.11.2, created a directory called kdesvn-build inside that, and changed to that directory
    3) I ran "cmake ../" and everything seems to work well.
    4) I ran "make install" and got this message:

    [code]
    Built target kdesvn
    Built target kdesvnaskpass
    Built target svnqt
    Built target kdesvncfgreader
    Built target ksvnwidgets
    Built target svnfrontend
    Built target kdesvnhelpers
    Built target settingsdlgs
    Built target kdesvnpart
    Built target kded_kdesvnd
    Built target kio_ksvn
    Built target translations
    Built target doc
    Install the project...
    -- Install configuration: ""
    -- Install configuration: ""
    CMake Error: Error in cmake code at
    /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake:30:
    FILE cannot create directory: /usr/local/lib/kde3. Maybe need administrative privileges.
    Current CMake stack: /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/cmake_install.cmake;/home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake
    make: *** [install] Error 255
    [/code]

    What is wrong with this and how can I fix this?


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     Compile problem

     
     by totoymola on: Apr 2 2007
     
    Score 50%

    Hello.

    I am using Kubuntu 6.10 and I am having problem compiling this. These are the steps I performed:

    1) I installed cmake 2.4.3 the kdesvn build-dep from the repositories
    2) Extracted the kdesvn source files to kdesvn-0.11.2, created a directory called kdesvn-build inside that, and changed to that directory
    3) I ran "cmake ../" and everything seems to work well.
    4) I ran "make install" and got this message:

    [code]
    Built target kdesvn
    Built target kdesvnaskpass
    Built target svnqt
    Built target kdesvncfgreader
    Built target ksvnwidgets
    Built target svnfrontend
    Built target kdesvnhelpers
    Built target settingsdlgs
    Built target kdesvnpart
    Built target kded_kdesvnd
    Built target kio_ksvn
    Built target translations
    Built target doc
    Install the project...
    -- Install configuration: ""
    -- Install configuration: ""
    CMake Error: Error in cmake code at
    /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake:30:
    FILE cannot create directory: /usr/local/lib/kde3. Maybe need administrative privileges.
    Current CMake stack: /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/cmake_install.cmake;/home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake
    make: *** [install] Error 255
    [/code]

    What is wrong with this and how can I fix this?


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     Compile problem

     
     by totoymola on: Apr 2 2007
     
    Score 50%

    Hello.

    I am using Kubuntu 6.10 and I am having problem compiling this. These are the steps I performed:

    1) I installed cmake 2.4.3 the kdesvn build-dep from the repositories
    2) Extracted the kdesvn source files to kdesvn-0.11.2, created a directory called kdesvn-build inside that, and changed to that directory
    3) I ran "cmake ../" and everything seems to work well.
    4) I ran "make install" and got this message:

    [code]
    Built target kdesvn
    Built target kdesvnaskpass
    Built target svnqt
    Built target kdesvncfgreader
    Built target ksvnwidgets
    Built target svnfrontend
    Built target kdesvnhelpers
    Built target settingsdlgs
    Built target kdesvnpart
    Built target kded_kdesvnd
    Built target kio_ksvn
    Built target translations
    Built target doc
    Install the project...
    -- Install configuration: ""
    -- Install configuration: ""
    CMake Error: Error in cmake code at
    /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake:30:
    FILE cannot create directory: /usr/local/lib/kde3. Maybe need administrative privileges.
    Current CMake stack: /home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/cmake_install.cmake;/home/james/Desktop/kdesvn-0.11.2/kdesvn-build/src/cmake_install.cmake
    make: *** [install] Error 255
    [/code]

    What is wrong with this and how can I fix this?


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     Re: Compile problem

     
     by alwin on: Apr 2 2007
     
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    you must call make install as superuser eg. root.

    but on (k)ubuntu the prefix should be /usr for kde-apps i think. so you should clear your build-folder and call

    "cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr"

    "make"

    "make install"

    (make install of course as root.)


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     Re: Re: Compile prob

     
     by totoymola on: Apr 3 2007
     
    Score 50%

    Hi. Thank you for the quick reply.

    This solved the problem:
    "cmake .. -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr"

    I was able to install it using "sudo make install". But for some strange reason, "sudo checkinstall" fails. Is there a way to fix that too so I can make the deb package?

    Thanks again.

    P.S. I appologize for my previous message(s). I don't know why it was posted three times.


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     Re: Re: Re: Compile prob

     
     by alwin on: Apr 3 2007
     
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    I don't know what checkinstall does :) (I'm using Fedora) but you may use the debian packages? And I know that someone is setting up debs for (k)ubuntu.


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     Re: Re: Re: Re: Comp

     
     by totoymola on: Apr 3 2007
     
    Score 50%

    Hello again. :)

    checkinstall is similar to "make install", but after the installation, it automatically creates the deb, rpm, or tgz file.

    I want to use the kdesvn package for kubuntu but the latest version there is 0.8 which is too old. I will wait for them to update it then.

    Anyway, thanks again for your help. Your previous tip solved my problem, and it properly installed in my system.


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