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ArchZoom is a Web-based browser for the GNU Arch revision control system with minimal requirements and decent configurability. It provides easy-to-use navigation from managed archives to complete revision trees and features multiple views, like expanded changeset information with colored diffs inline.

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  •  08 Oct 2005 23:42

    Release Notes: The internal template parser has been rewritten to resolve stack overflow problems in limited environments. The supplied template sets have been slightly enhanced. The "plain" template set now also has tooltips in its annotate view. The FIRST and LATEST placeholders are now preserved in all links by default.

    •  26 Apr 2005 14:53

      Release Notes: Support for file annotation with JavaScript-based tooltips has been implemented. A bunch of new color schemes for default and plain template set have been added. The package has been autoconfiscated to simplify installation.

      •  30 Jan 2005 08:18

        Release Notes: This release adds arch backend configurability, and archzoom may now be configured to run on top of baz as well as tla. It also fixes several nasty problems, so that Javascript now works in Internet Explorer, and library archives are listed correctly.

        •  18 Jan 2005 05:04

          Release Notes: This release included a new default layout and additional color schemes for both template sets. Color and layout CSS were separated to facilitate the creation of new themes. Custom HTTP headers can be added, which could be used to keep search engine crawlers from indexing ArchZoom pages. Some additional bugfixes and improvements were made.

          •  01 Jan 2005 05:15

            Release Notes: Two new views were added, a "history" of any tree file-or- directory, and an "ancestry" of any revision. The revision listing is redone. A ".." parent link was added in sub-tree views. The alternative template set "plain" is highly enhanced. A lot of small fixes and improvements were added to all views. There are several new configuration options.


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