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I am working on a small project and we have a few programmers on the job. We are using subversion to commit updates and keep all developers up to date on their workstations.

However, we have yet to find a suitable web interface to use for it. I have tried redmine, but that installation progress was extremely bothersome and advanced. Once I got it to work I found out that it was slow and did not meet my expectations. As well as it seems a bit complex for our needs.

I would prefer to find a solution that supports lighttpd web server, however that seem to be very hard to come by, those I have found seem to only have apache support.

Functionality i wish for the website: - login to an svn account - view svn logs - view & create issues, todo list etc - view svn difference

Do you have any open source recommendations that I can try out? I will appreciate any kind of reply. :)

Edit: I wish to host the website on our own servers.

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This question would be more appropriate on StackOverflow, or better yet, a forum since there are several options available. – michael.bartnett Mar 2 '12 at 18:46
Also, svn sucks. – stephelton Oct 24 '12 at 16:09
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Ahh thanks. :) I will look into it. – Stefan Andre Brannfjell Mar 1 '12 at 15:13
Trac also has plugins for other SCMs like Mercurial. – Gilead Mar 2 '12 at 3:23

Recently I dumbed this down for a hobby team game project and stuck with plain Subversion and Trello for basic issue and feature tracking. It works well, though won't scale much. To access Subversion without a client, WebSVN is deployed.

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I use but it’s for git or mercurial.

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Codeplex is what I've used for this before. Worked like a charm and is completely free.

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Remember to provide links for stuff like this, you'll get more upvotes! – Byte56 Mar 28 '12 at 21:49

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