Resource Menu

posted by Paul Libbrecht at Jul 24, 2010 11:42 PM
Is this in any way changed in version 2.5?

One of the failed glories of Libresource is that it could be perfect as content-project community front end but the life of the versioning server has to be there.

We tried with so6 but it turned out to be far too fragile (a pity!). We're back at subversion, which works well, but awareness of the subversion events should be integrated within the community life seen in the timeline. I have extended a little XSLT to produce RSS out of SVN (with post-commit-hooks) but that cannot be integrated, that I know of, as a stream of life in a libresource node, or?


posted by Sebastien Jourdain at Nov 27, 2007 12:45 PM
The integration is not like with the synchronizer. It's more like:
  • You share the same user
  • You can create/delete/rename a repository from libresource
  • You can manage the repository access security from libresource
For the subversion integration, you will need LS 2.3
posted by Paul Libbrecht at Nov 27, 2007 11:52 AM

I saw everywhere that Libresource supports subversion but I could not put a hand on some big documentation. Some forum-posts give hints (which seems to mean that SVN and Libresource need to be quite close). How big is this integration ?

Is the integration as good as with the synchronizer so that every commit is reported ? Every update or checkout ?

thanks in advance