[R] plot graph with error bars trouble
ggrothendieck at gmail.com
Mon Oct 1 17:18:54 CEST 2007
On 10/1/07, hadley wickham <h.wickham at gmail.com> wrote:
> The biggest drawback (to me) to both google code and R-forge, is their
> failure to offer a nice interface to browser the svn repository and
> view the timeline of changes. I particularly like trac (e.g.
> http://src.ggobi.org/) despite it's many problems, and I don't think I
> want to do without that convenient view of my code.
Maybe you are referring to something else but both R-Forge and
Google code allow you to browse the svn repository over the
intenet from within a web browser. In Google code click on the Source
tab and then the Subversion repository link. For example,
Google code repo browser for proto package:
and for r-forge (which also supports timeline via web browser):
r-forge repo browser for zoo package
r-forge timeline of zoo.R
Depending on your svn client you may be able to do this as well.
TortoiseSVN on Windows lets one view the log/timeline for a particular file
or for all files and that would be independent of which svn repository
is used so use of such a client makes the feature less needed.
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