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I am looking for a web solution where I can install it on my SVN server. I would like to be able to do the following with it:

  1. Track changes by author
  2. Create a report on who did what
  3. View changes (diffs)
  4. Hopefully would be open source and easy to install
  5. Runs on Linux

Does such software exist?

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Look into FishEye from Atlassian

It can connect to your repo and do all the things you asked

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Have you tried it before? I keep hearing about that toolset. Do you like it? –  monksy Dec 12 '09 at 5:40
I like it very much so. –  monksy Dec 12 '09 at 8:17
Yes, use it extensively. Haven't tried Crucible yet as only in a 2 person team. –  Antony Dec 12 '09 at 8:46

Another option would be Trac, a light-weight web-based software project management system. It integrates well with SVN, has tickets, view source & timeline (history of commits). Just an option, of course.

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+1 for Trac - it's what I use –  warren Sep 13 '11 at 17:42

I used svn for a few year. Have migrate most of my projects to git.

git has a very nice web base tool for its default installation for fc and ubuntu.

I have not used the advance features such as poll, push, merge. But I like it very much so far.

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that does not help me at all. –  monksy Dec 12 '09 at 8:16

The nicest I've seen yet is WebSVN, I believe it has all the features you mentioned and it's open source.

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Redmine should be ok.

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