收录日期:2020/06/02 02:47:58 时间:2013-05-15 01:14:23 标签:installation,windows-server-2003,opengrok

From searching around the net (and SO) for how to full text search an SVN repo, I discovered OpenGrok. I'm at a bit of a loss as to how to get this thing set up though.

Can anyone provide any pointers on how to get this set up to host on a Windows 2003 server?

Also, I understand it is possible to trigger OpenGrok to re-index upon checking in files. Is there a way to make this happen no matter who checks in the files and how does one do this?

For the installation, just following the instructions in the README.txt of the distribution of opengrok should suffice. It did for me. Just make sure you have all the prerequisites correctly installed. (section Requirements in the README.txt).

from this file:

Source base must be available locally for OpenGrok to work efficiently. No changes are required to your source tree. If the code is under source control management (SCM) OpenGrok requires the checked out source tree under SRC_ROOT.

To reindex you project run java -jar opengrok.jar -R D:\ProgramFiles\Grok\opengrok-0.12.1\configuration.xml