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Welcome to Collaboa ======================= CONTENTS -------- 1. About 2. Requirements 3. Installation & Upgrading 4. Running tests 5. Authors 6. Acknowledgments 1. About -------- The goal of Collaboa is to be a collaborative tool for developers using Subversion. Currently, only the following features are available: * Repository browsing * Changeset viewer * Issue tracking * Milestone management Thanks to Rails, the underlying framework, it runs on a number of web servers supporting both FastCGI and plain CGI. Because of the speed improvements over plain CGI, FastCGI is the preferred environment to run it in. The developer is known to have a personal taste for "Lighttpd":http://lighttpd.net as a web server, but that shouldn't stop you from using anything else, like Apache. ### A little background... Colloboa has been heavily influenced by "Trac":http://projects.edgewall.com/trac/, which showed the world how nicely version and bug tracking could be integrated. Hopefully Colloboa still has a place in the world because of its different feature set (although it may not be quite there yet). You can find more info on http://collaboa.org along with official releases. If you want to report a bug or submit a patch (both greatly appreciated) you can visit the "Collaboa for Collaboa" at http://dev.collaboa.org 2. Requirements --------------- Subversion 1.2.x with the Ruby SWIG bindings installed (see INSTALL) Rails 1.1.6+ 3. Install ---------- Please see INSTALL & UPGRADE 4. Running tests ---------------- The unit and functional tests expect the svn dump located in ./lib/actionsubversion/test/fixtures/data_for_tests.svn to be loaded in the repository located at tmp/test_repos. You can load it with rake repository:test:prepare or just let it happen when you run rake test. 5. Authors ---------- Collaboa is maintained and developed by Johan Sørensen. You can find out more about him at http://johansorensen.com/ or read his blog at http://theexciter.com. You can also send an email to johan at johansorensen.com. Contributions has been made by the following people: * Jean-Philippe Bougi * Jason Garber 6. Acknowledgments ------------------- Collaboa contains a few shamefully lifted codesnippets from the Bugtrack application made by Kent Sibilev. Specifically things related to creating TicketChange logs. You can find out more about Kent's excellent bugtracker at http://rubyforge.org/projects/bugtrack Tom Clarke for his contributions to Collaboa. Due to him having slightly different goals, he decided to fork Collaboa project into Titra (http://lists.u2i.com/mailman/listinfo/titra-development)