MS Teams integration with SVN

Super User Asked by Mark Stewart on November 27, 2020

We currently use Atlassian’s Wiki software to manage our software’s requirements. Our software supports over 100 clients with a variety of customizations, so the ability to quickly "diff" two versions of specifications for a client is extremely important to do easily, and the Wiki software makes it quite easy.

Unfortunately, there is a push for us to move documentation to Microsoft Teams. It seems like it would take a fair amount of work to look at the current document in MS Teams, and grab (usually) the previous version (or sometimes 4 versions ago, etc.), and look at the changes between the two.

I was wondering if there is an MS Teams App, or the possibility of coding such an app, that whenever a file was added or updated in MS Teams, the app would add/commit a copy of the document to an SVN Repository so the changes would be in a Software Configuration Management system, allowing easy version history compares.

So far, I’ve searched for MS Teams Apps for "Subversion" and found a couple links that talk about "Connectors" – one that mentions Subversion, and another for a GitHub connector. Unfortunately, the connectors seem to allow other software to post notifications to an MS Teams channel. I want MS Teams to send documents to SVN.

Now I know precious little about MS Teams, but I understand that behind the scenes it is just a "pretty" interface to SharePoint. Is it possible to have that sort of feed? Any examples of MS Teams Apps that do something similar?

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