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Bug#385349: ITP: bazaar-webserve -- allow a bzr branch to be accessed via the web

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: James Westby <jw+debian@jameswestby.net>

* Package name    : bazaar-webserve
  Version         : Unknown
  Upstream Author : Goffredo Baroncelli <kreijack AT inwind DOT it>
* URL             : http://goffredo-baroncelli.homelinux.net/bazaar-dev/
* License         : GPL
  Programming Lang: Python
  Description     : allow a bzr branch to be accessed via the Web

  bazaar-webserve provides both a plugin to bzr, and set of cgi scripts
  that allow a bzr branch to be accessed over the Web. It is similar in
  intent to websvn and gitweb. 
  It first provides a command ("webserve") to bzr which starts up a
  server and receives HTTP requests. It can also work via CGI and so use
  a HTTP server to handle the requests.
  It allows for browsing of the repository, and for browsing through
  revisions and viewing diffs between revisions. It can also be
  configured to provide a .tar.gz download of a requested revision, and
  to allow branching from the hosted branch.
   Homepage: http://goffredo-baroncelli.homelinux.net/bazaar-dev/

The upstream name of this software is bazaar-webserve, so I am going
with that, but bzr-webserve would fit in better with the rest of the
debian bzr naming scheme. 

I have put version unknown as there have not been any releases as such.
I am going to contact the author and ask whether he will be making
releases. If he isn't then I will package appropriately named snapshots.


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