Stefan Küng a écrit :
> Nick Gilbert wrote:
>> Out of interest, is there any intention of adding Visual Studio
>> support to TSVN (kind of like VisualSVN but integrated into TSVN)? It
>> seems to me that this wouldn't be a total nightmare to add to TSVN and
>> would probably interest a huge proportion of it's existing users as
>> well as enticing many new ones.
> I'm sorry, but I really don't have the time to start yet another project
> at this time.
> Of course, if someone else would like to do it, I'm happy to give out
> commit access :)
I am highly interested in SVN integration in Visual Studio 2005, so
much as to even consider getting involved in this matter ;-)
I have checked a number of existing projects (all hosted on tigris.org)
* tortoisesvnscc : SCC provider, based on TortoiseSVN. Seems abandoned,
no source available.
* ankhsvn : Add-in, based directly on SVN.
* VisualSVN : commercial :-(
What I would like would be a proper integration of SVN (either via a
SCC provider or via a VSPackage), based on an existing SVN client for
Windows so as not to confuse users as well as not to reinvent the wheel
(repository manipulation, dialogs...)
Tortoise SVN seems the best choice to me (over RapidSVN), especially in
terms of functionalities.
So, I am not sure whether it is the good place to start a discussion
about it (please redirect me if it is not) but :
* do you think such a project should (could) be integrated into the
TortoiseSVN project or be started as a new one (though very likely to be
* can TortoiseSVN (SVN + UI) be "easily" manipulated via an API, or is
the only current way to call TortoiseProc.exe with parameters ? Having
had a brief look at the source code, I believe that there is an "API"
for Subversion (located in src/SVN) that has to be recompiled in every
module, and that all the UI logic is in the TortoiseProc module.
These are the very first questions, I have some more in spare ;-)
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Received on Fri Dec 29 14:57:45 2006