atom feed37 messages in com.selenic.mercurialRe: hgwebdir replacement - pylons hg app
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Subject:Re: hgwebdir replacement - pylons hg app
From:marcinkuzminski (marc@gmail.com)
Date:Jun 7, 2010 4:05:59 am
List:com.selenic.mercurial

Hi, It does support server side repository creating /deletin/ renaming and from few last commits it's supports repo2db mapping that means you can store owner, description etc on database and this is connected directly to repository. Just like bitbucket. Next releses i plan to do private repos and full permissions on repository and mercurial commands.

Cheers

On Jun 6, 1:33 pm, "rupert.thurner" <rupe@gmail.com> wrote:

hi marcin,

this looks interesting, and would be even more interesting if it would support server side repository creation and cloning.

rupert.

On Jun 3, 8:55 pm, marcinkuzminski <marc@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi to all, i just wannt to share that i publish first beta release of hgapp.

Pylons based replacement for hgwebdir. Fully customizable, with authentication, permissions.

    * has it’s own middleware to handle mercurial protocol request each request can       be logged and authenticated +threaded performance unlikely to hgweb. Middleware recognises       a  mercurial protocol and skips any functionality for pure web request     * mimics full functionality of hgwebdir including feeds,archives,diffs,raw-diffs,annotations,file history etc.     * mako templates let’s you customize look and feel of the application.       Possibly visual merge with your company systems     * diffs annotations and source code all colored by pygments (see screenshots).     * admin interface for performing user/permission managements as well as repository       managements. Out of beta version should have fully customizable permission system, with       private repos, and repo permissions     * added cache with invalidation on push/repo managment for high performance and       always upto date data.     * rss / atom feeds     * future support for git (thanks to vcs mercurial/git api should be 1:1     * based on pylons 1.0 / sqlalchemy 0.6 /sqlite(possibly mysql/ postgres thanks to sqlalchemy models)

It's still in beta but, should be fully functional by now (i use this in production). More info:http://bitbucket.org/marcinkuzminski/hg-app I encourage to download and test it :) see README inside the project on bitbucket. Any feedback welcomed.

Regards ! Marcin Kuzminski