Subdroid SVN

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About this app

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!

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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.
Updated on
Mar 14, 2013

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Ratings and reviews

182 reviews
A Google user
October 15, 2018
hot garbage. doesn't appear to work with the https, svn, or ssh. web-dav only. their ad network needs unnecessary permissions.
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A Google user
July 4, 2012
... Asynchronous task! Thats why i put this rating. When you do no "kill process" messages will pop up! :)
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A Google user
March 15, 2016
To view any file, even ASCII files, it opens it in another tool like the browser, which then requires you to enter you credentials again.
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What's new

* 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