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kdesvn

   1.6.x  

KDE Development Tool

Score 87%
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Blog:  Link
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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 diffing

 
 by robertg on: Aug 29 2005
 
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Hello again! It’s really good! Congratulations. I just wonder about two things, both connected to checking differences between file versions. “Kompare” is beautifully software, but unfortunately does not support UTF-8 encoding. It would be nice to have possibility of choosing “diff” program. Because of UTF-8 I prefer “kdiff3”. Originally “diff” is good at UTF-8, but has is a little bit clumsy presentation :-). I write DocBook documents, and I would prefer to use something for diffing xml documents, when I find such a tool, as nice as your kdesvn for subversioning.
I also wonder whether checking differences between modified and HEAD versions would be possible off-line (i.e. without permanent connection to svn server). As I understand [Subversion-->Working copy-->Diff against head] should work in such a way.


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 Re: diffing

 
 by alwin on: Aug 29 2005
 
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in trunk the option for selecting an own diff viewer is implemented and comes with next release next days.

diffing against head:
well, it is done by subversion itself not due my own code. I've no idea this moment if I have give an special option to the api for that (I see no one) so I can not try it. If you have an idea - tell me ;) (and "svn diff" makes always a connection to sever as I saw)

Kdiff3 has the problem - tested - that it isn't able to take a diff-output and display it. It thinks all the time it is just a file - but with next release you may try it yourself.

If interested - you may get the trunk version from homepage and test it.


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 Re: Re: diffing

 
 by robertg on: Aug 30 2005
 
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Hi, sorry I’m novice. I’ve tried to checkout (export, too) trunk, unfortunately without success.

“svn co http://www.alwins-world.de/repos/kdesvn/trunk/ .” produces
“svn: REPORT request failed on '/repos/kdesvn/!svn/bc/265/trunk'
svn: REPORT of '/repos/kdesvn/!svn/bc/265/trunk': 400 Bad Request (http://www.alwins-world.de)”
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The same for “svn export ...”. I’m not sure if it is my problem? I can wait for next release, because not in a hurry, but I thought I could try to prepare Polish langpack, if I’m able.

“svn diff” does not make a connection to server, I’ve tired being off line. When I issue a command “svn diff file-name” it responds with a proper results, comparing the file “file-name” to my local base, I suppose somewhere in “.svn” subdirectory. Comparison with head on the server, because of concurrent work, could produce wrong result. Someone else could check in his/her changes, I’m not interested in, yet. “kdiff3” can compare 2 files, and that's good, I’ve never thought I could be interested in using it only for displaying results prepared somewhere else. Looking at “kompare” result, I didn’t think it is used in such a manner.
I looked at TODO file in trunk on the Web, I think you should not implement your own difference display (colored). “kompare” and “kdiff3”, and probably many more, are really great programs! One nicer, one more suitable, but already working.


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 Re: Re: Re: diffing

 
 by alwin on: Aug 30 2005
 
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hm.
tried it this moment (export and checkout) - server seems to be fine. May that it was a temporary problem with the server - I'll check the logs later on.

Diff: yes, your're right. It was just an idea having an own simple colored diffplayer (real simple) but I think the normal textdisplay is enough when using kompare or such isn't wanted.

kdiff3:
no, what I meant, kompare accepts a diff-file or diff-stream and parse it.
kdiff3 don't - it will just make their own diff. but that is not a good idea 'cause I had to download the versions diffing against before. And it makes no sense to me. but I think I'll will use it default for resolving confilcts or such.

And yes - polish translation would be great ;)


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 Re: Re: diffing

 
 by redbaran on: Nov 7 2007
 
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It seems that it is now possible to use KDiff3 with KDEsvn. To do so, I configured kdesvn to use an external diff program with the command:

kdiff3 %1 %2

I figured that out by following this thread:
http://kdesvn.alwins-world.de/ticket/56

Glad to see this implemented!


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 build error

 
 by Tschaeck on: Sep 10 2005
 
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when doing "make" i get this error:

In file included from svnlogdlgimp.cpp:20:
svnlogdlgimp.h:23:23: svnlogdlg.h: No such file or directory

"./configure" runs without errors.

any suggestions?


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 Re: build error

 
 by glocke on: Sep 21 2005
 
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Use gmake. I had the same problem and this fixed it.


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 Konqueror intergrati

 
 by oliverthered on: Sep 23 2005
 
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How easy would this be to intergrate into Konqueror either like TorurtoiseCVS (which would be excellent) or via a kpart.


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 Re: Konqueror intergrati

 
 by alwin on: Sep 23 2005
 
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It is integrated as KPart into konqueror - see the small plugin-icons-list in konqueror toolbar.

Integration like tortoise will take a while.


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 What happend to the

 
 by poisoned on: Sep 24 2005
 
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context menu ? ^^
I've just upgraded to 0.6 and I'm missing a few entries in the context menu ... especially Delete, Add and Properties ...
... why is there now a this annoying Creating list / check status dialog ...

Also since 0.6, after a Blame on a large file kdesvn always freezes ... and does not come back to live =(


Whoa...I did a 'zcat /vmlinuz > /dev/audio' and I think I heard God...
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 Re: What happend to the

 
 by alwin on: Sep 24 2005
 
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blame: define large. May that there is a problem with the display freeing the used memory.

that dialog: see settings, subversion, mark changed entries. This dialog appears when kdesvn checks recursive status of entries for that display. you may switch off it there.

context-menu: most people said it where to large. so I reduced it. You may edit it yourself, search for kdesvn_part.rc. Copy it to ~/.kde/share/apps/kdesvnpart/ and edit it (menus local_context and global_context) - voila.

Yes, its not the best way. I hope I'll find another - better - trick eg a menu-editor or such.

cu

Rajko


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 Multithreaded

 
 by noltec on: Oct 3 2005
 
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I'd love to see the KPart of this damn fine piece of software multithreaded. If, for example, a commit is issued via right-click, the context-menu disappears and no redrawing of the KPart content is done until the svn-command finishes (perhaps fork the svn-commands).


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 Re: Multithreaded

 
 by alwin on: Oct 5 2005
 
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multithreading will come.

But it will get a little bit hard and the main goal this moment is KIO integration of kdesvn eg svn:// protocols into konqueror


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 KDE 3.5_beta1?

 
 by Arcturan on: Oct 6 2005
 
Score 50%

Thank you for this nice program. I had 0.2 working on KDE 3.4 (I think), but now I can't get 0.6.2 to work on KDE 3.5_beta1. It compiles and installs fine, it just doesn't appear in Konqueror.


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 Re: KDE 3.5_beta1?

 
 by alwin on: Oct 6 2005
 
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I think you must check the different prefixes.

eg., ./configure --prefix=`kde-config --prefix`

Check where the .desktop file is installed (kdesvn.desktop) and if the other .desktop files are there, too.

May that you must give extra dataprefix to configurescript. Is the menuentry in kde-menu there?


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 Re: Re: KDE 3.5_beta1?

 
 by Arcturan on: Oct 6 2005
 
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Thank you for your answer. I had already done as you describe, and the files were in the correct places. I just had to run kbuildsycoca to update the system. Kdesvn works fine now.


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