159 ratings (3.610 average)
What's new in this version (0.9.6.1):
* permission ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE is required by latest Ads-Library
* added fix for Honeycomb/3.0 (thx Martin) and fix for Preferences
* updated to latest GoogleAds lib
* Fixed bug when browsing directories containing "."s (thx Enrico)
* Switched to Holo Layout for devices supporting it
New Permission is for backing up data.
New Feature is still experimental and not tested on all kind of devices.
ATTENTION: Data gets exported in raw to your SDcard. Will contain your svn credentials, so use with caution - keep the backup files safe, or don't use the feature at all!
Howto video: http://bit.ly/azvaAY
Subdroid is a frontend to look at Subversion Repositories (view only) on your Android device. It allows you to see authors, comments, changesets and affected files. It supports SVN served through http(s).
You can live browse a repository or download the latest changesets. It displays commiter, commit time, message and changed paths with actions performed on them. You can open the head revision, revision at the time of the commit, or the revision before.
After downloading changesets you can perform a text search within them.
Contributions to the free version are always welcome, as is feedback - but please contact me directly, as the market doesn't allow for replies, help or discussions (yet). Designer needed :D!
Donate Version without ads and extended features available.
Last comments from Android Market
Https works for me. Nice app.
@fatejd What exactly is the problem? Have you tried to enable "ignore ssl" for selfsigned cert? Qstions in market are frustrating cant reply directly
Can't get it to work with https repository
my ocd thanks u
Awesome! Maybe just make the fonts a little sexier and ads support for viewing diffs.
Have modify rep. as button or icon. Change colors to dark text on light background. Show some stats. Niceapp!
It doesn't work without storing passwords. Unfortunately there aren't any other apps for this...
Promosing project with great potential. Though in great need for better UI and browse/view facility.
@Andrew: It doesnt support svn:// by design. Says so right in the description. I'm sorry if you depend on svn://. Contributions always welcome :D