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This Plugin shows log entries of a remote Subversion repository. Nice for Developer blogs.

  1. Upload the whole Plugin folder to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the 'Plugins' menu in WordPress
  3. Configure your Repositories over the 'UltimateSubversion' menubutton.
  4. Create or edit a Page and put for example %svnlog:REPOSITORYNAME% anywhere in the page content. Where REPOSITORYNAME will be the Value of the Name field from your previously configured repositories in the admin menu.

At the moment there are 2 functions implemented: * svnlog: shows all logs of the repository or the given path in the repository * svnhead: shows only information about the head revision of the repository or the given path in the repository


In the admin Panel of the plugin you can add your repositories. The following settings are used. 1. Name (required): The Name of the repository. Needed to reference to it 1. Repository (required): The base path of the repository! IMPORTANT: Do not point to a path in the repository! 1. Path (optional): A path in the repository. For example /trunk/ 1. Username (optional): if needed the HTTP Auth Username 1. Password (optional): and its password 1. AlternativeName (optional): An alternative Name to display on the Page. If not provided, the svn hostname is used. 1. WebSVNPrefix (optional): The URL to Websvn. Please provide the whole url. For example: https://websvn.zero-one.ch/revision.php?repname=REPOSITORYNAME

Thats all.

Requires: 2.0.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.0.5
Last Updated: 6 years ago
Active Installs: Less than 10


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