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    Question How to browse an SVN?

    Hi
    I know it's possible to browse a git online, like this here --> http://git.videolan.org/?p=ffmpeg.git
    And I can browse it on my hard drive using a program such as gitg.
    But is it possible to view an SVN such as mPlayer's?

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    Re: How to browse an SVN?

    I believe it has not been possible to browse the MPlayer svn repository via the web for a while. There was a DOS attack and a debacle with the hosting server, not sure which put an end to browsing the repository. A less than satisfactory solution is to save part or all of the logs offline. Save the last 200 changes:

    Code:
    svn log svn://svn.mplayerhq.hu/mplayer/trunk -l 200 > mplayer_log
    for example. Leave off the -l 200 to save the entire log .
    You think that's air you're breathing now?

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