Pcview is the ProgClub web-based subversion viewing software. That's the software that allows users to view pcrepo. It's a fork of ViewVC 1.0.12 with some minor improvements to the HTML templates (the ProgClub logo, and links to the svn repositories). For other projects see Projects.
Members who have contributed to this project. Newest on top.
All contributors have agreed to the terms of the Contributor License Agreement. This excludes any upstream contributors who tend to have different administrative frameworks.
The repository can be browsed online:
The code for Pcview is publicly available from svn:
Or privately available for read-write access:
Nothing to see here, it's all done.
Stuff that's done. Latest stuff on top.
- JE 2011-08-13: Customised installer to over-write templates and ignore the config file
- JE 2011-08-13: Added links on file pages to the public and private svn repositories
- JE 2011-08-13: Added links on directory pages to the public and private svn repositories
- JE 2011-08-13: Configured support for syntax-highlighting and line-numbers
- JE 2011-08-13: Added a ProgClub logo with a link back to the wiki
- JE 2011-08-13: Updated link to license so it renders as HTML
- JE 2011-08-13: Installed and configured on charity
- JE 2011-08-13: Updated upstream contributor and license information
- JE 2011-08-13: Created the project in svn, see pcview
- JE 2011-08-13: Created project page
Notes for implementers
If you are interested in incorporating ProgClub's Pcview into your project, here's what you need to know:
You're probably not really going to be interested in our fork. We didn't add anything! Your best bet is to go to the upstream source for a copy of the project's distribution: www.viewvc.org. If you want to know how we modified our templates for the few features that we did add, your best bet is to copy the relevant bits from pcrepo.
Releasing Pcview at ProgClub
To do a pcview release on charity, run
$ /home/jj5/bin/release-pcview "Release notes..."
After registering the release in svn this will update the pcview-dev and pcview working copies in /var/www and it will install ViewVC in /usr/local/viewvc-1.0.12. The installer has been modified so as to not create a config file (one should already exist) and to blow away any mods to the templates (don't modify templates in /usr/local/viewvc-1.0.12 -- instead modify them in subversion and then do a release). The pcview-dev setup isn't really being used at the moment, if we ever do anything more sophisticated I'll configure it for use.