[ANN] Subtlety: RSS For Your SVN

Hello folks,

As many of us are using Piston (or SVK) to manage our Rails plugins, I
thought I’d put out a plug for my newest creation. It is Subtlety.

Subtlety takes a remote, public subversion repository (http:// or
svn://) and gives you an RSS feed of the changes. That’s it. Helpful
if you’re using an obscure plugin whose author doesn’t keep a Trac or
Rubyforge page and you want to stay abreast of changes.

Subtlety:
http://subtlety.errtheblog.com/

The redundant blog post explaining what I just explained:
http://errtheblog.com/post/701

Thanks. If you find any bugs or strangeness, feel free to e-mail me
off-list.


Chris W.
http://errtheblog.com

On 1/22/07, Chris W. [email protected] wrote:

Subtlety:
http://subtlety.errtheblog.com/

The redundant blog post explaining what I just explained:
http://errtheblog.com/post/701

Thanks. If you find any bugs or strangeness, feel free to e-mail me off-list.

Very nice, this will definitely be useful.

thanks Chris,

Rob

Chris W. wrote:

Subtlety:
http://subtlety.errtheblog.com/

The redundant blog post explaining what I just explained:
http://errtheblog.com/post/701

Thanks. If you find any bugs or strangeness, feel free to e-mail me off-list.

Chris,

Cool, I was just thinking about building something like for our internal
stuff. Any chance that you’ll be releasing this?

Our team is using an irc window (drb+svn+rbot) to see changes across
projects, but a RSS feed of our client work with more details in the
body is something I’m hoping for. Sadly, the stuff isn’t public so I
can’t use Subtlety.

Thanks,

Robby


Robby R.
http://www.robbyonrails.com/

On 1/22/07, Robby R. [email protected] wrote:

Cool, I was just thinking about building something like for our internal
stuff. Any chance that you’ll be releasing this?

A few people have expressed interest in extending Subtlety for their
own devious purposes. I’ve updated the blog post with information on
how to get the code and alternative options.

http://errtheblog.com/post/701

Enjoy.


Chris W.
http://errtheblog.com

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