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RE: WinSVN: Initial questions

From: Mark Murphy <mmurphy_at_collab.net>
Date: 2000-12-11 04:14:49 CET

> If this creature is only going to run on Windows, I don't see any
> problem with using Visual Basic. Maybe Branko will have an issue with
> it because of the build system, but that's the only problem I can see.

There's no question building VB apps typically doesn't follow the normal make system.

There *is* some way to compile a VB app outside the IDE -- the VB Package Wizard can recompile a project. But I don't know if that interface is documented, or whether we'd want to use it to somehow build WinSVN as part of the overall build system.

Greg Stein's comment on a separate CVS tree would also suggest that clients use independent build processes, appropriate for the technology used to build them (e.g., VB IDE for WinSVN, javac for a Java client, nothing at all for a Tcl/Tk client).

Ideas?

Mark Murphy
mmurphy@collab.net
 
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:16 2006

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