BelowVersion is a single-file Python CGI to browse a Subversion repository. It only needs a Web server with Python support and bindings for Subversion libraries. It bypasses the high-level client library for acceptable performance without losing features. It is written to be fast to navigate with mouse, both within a single revision and between revisions. It can provide revision logs, colored diffs, and a side-by-side view for image revisions. It can also serve the files like a normal (static) Web server, allowing plain view or saving to disk. It is written to be embeddable in other Web applications with little effort (explained in the source).
Re: Almost too simple
I've since switched away from wmx, and (surprise surprise) to using evilwm full-time, everywhere, including my 2GHz work desktop. Actually, evilwm becomes even nicer when you have a big screen too.
Re: bogofilter is good enough :)
> As of my experience... The first (and only) filter I
> tried so far is bogofilter.
VERY similar results here with bogofilter. It's been over a month since the last spam message in my Inbox. I did a pre-training of about 20/20 messages, then ran it through my Inbox.. which at that time did have a few spams, and a lot of non-spam.
I've been using it now for something like 6 months, and I've never had a single false-positive. My mail might be somewhat biased, since most of the ham is in Finnish, but English ham since comes through with 100% accuracy, while most of the spam is blocked.
My girlfriend uses SpamAssasin (without bayesian if I've understood correctly) and reports something like 1 or 2 spam messages per month, with no false positives.