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Re: CVS write access req. for WinSVN UI

From: Greg Stein <gstein_at_lyra.org>
Date: 2001-01-04 01:36:34 CET

On Wed, Jan 03, 2001 at 03:33:38PM -0800, Bill Tutt wrote:
> Ok, the initial WinSVN VB UI prototype is almost ready to be checked into
> CVS so that Mark and I can sanely work on it together. So if someone would
> be nice enough to grant me CVS write access, that'd be awesome.


> The proposed directory hierarchy is:
> /win32:
> svn_com: The COM objects that interfaces the VB code to libsvn_client, and
> libsvn_wc. Written as ATL COM objects.
> SVNControls: A folder that contains the code for UI controls WinSVN
> requires. (A modified version of VB Accelerator's SGrid), and all VB atm.
> WinSVN: The UI source code itself. (VB)
> Binaries: Any additional required DLLs that we don't need to modify.
> (VB Accel's windows subclassing DLL, and VB Accel's Image List control).
> Alternate naming ideas accepted.
> Setup: Any setup related data, either scripts, Visual Installer .sln
> files, and possibly built .MSI files. Does anyone have a preference to keep
> built .MSIs out of the CVS tree?

No generated files should be in CVS. Creating the .MSI should be part of the
release process (or used by developers).

> I thought about sending this just to Karl, but what the heck, someone else
> might be able to do it for him.

Dunno; I suspect only Karl can do this. Ben might.

> p.s.:
> This is really just a prototype. (-v0.9) It doesn't do anything remotely
> useful atm. The files don't even have copyright notices in them yet.

The notices should go into the files before checking them in. Just grab the
proper text from an existing file.


Greg Stein, http://www.lyra.org/
Received on Sat Oct 21 14:36:19 2006

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