On Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 12:31 PM, Pietro Moras <studio-pm_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Mark,
> -- PySvn as a Python API, clear enough.
> -- Now I'd expect that WorkBench would be a ready-to-use (Windows?)
> program. But, so far, I haven't been able to run it, nor to find any
> practical documentation clearly describing what it is.
> What am I missing? Something very primordial, I fear... Thanks.
I have never used it, so cannot say.
>> such as TortoiseSVN
> By the way, among some books recently received, I've spotted one about
> TortoiseSVN 1.7. Could it be of help starting from such book?
If you are on Windows you should install TortoiseSVN (and the command
line client). I am not saying that is the only client to use, but you
should install it. I do most work in Eclipse, so I use Subclipse but
I still use TortoiseSVN and the command line client too. The beauty
of SVN is that you can mix all these clients on the same code provided
they are all the same major.minor version.
If this Python Workbench looks like a nice client to you, then use
that too. I would try their mailing lists for help on getting it to
Received on 2012-03-27 19:00:38 CEST