RE: WinSVN: Initial questions
From: Mark Murphy <mmurphy_at_collab.net>
Date: 2000-12-11 18:58:30 CET
> > I wouldn't want a non-open-source windows client, even if the
Depending on how you look at it, VB is as open-source or more so than the Qt scenario.
To build the VB client from sources, you will need VB (it's being built under VB6), which is a commercial package. Just as to rebuild the COM object, you'll need Visual C++ most likely, as I'll be using a COM framework of theirs called the Active Template Library (ATL). However, you won't need anything besides the development environment in order to build them -- all the sources themselves will be included as part of the package.
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