Karl Fogel writes:
> Anyone want to take on the command-line client task? (It could be
> multiple people too.)
> This would require lots of familiarity with the existing CVS
> command-line client, since we're trying to be similar to it in spirit
> at least, and also familiarity with the features Subversion provides.
> You should be comfortable with cyclical development, as rounds of
> commentary and useability testing will definitely be part of the job.
> I guess the first subtask would be to write up a document describing
> the user interface in detail, and then not losing heart as you watch
> it inevitably get picked apart by this list. :-)
> This program will mostly make calls into libsvn_client, and you would
> have lots of influence over the API that libsvn_client provides --
> i.e., what's there right now is only an initial implementation,
> certainly not gospel.
> Any takers?
> P.S. Attached is an old outline of a spec for the command-line client,
> written by Jim Blandy. It's probably a good place to start, but also
> is not gospel of course.
Fitz (Brian Fitzpatrick) and I (Lefty) would like to take a crack at
it. We have talked about it and are ready to start spec discussion
and writing tomorrow morning.
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Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:11 2006