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Native ruby binding

From: Yoshiki Hayashi <yoshiki_at_xemacs.org>
Date: 2001-10-08 10:33:31 CEST

I've been working on writing native Ruby binding (non SWIG)
for several weeks and it's near completion. It will
probably need a few more weeks before I make it publicly
available but I'd like to ask a question before completion
to decide what license to use.

Are you interested in including it as part of Subversion or
do you want it be an independent project?

I'm happy with both option but inclined to make it an
independent project. If we agree with that, I'm thinking
about using the same license as Ruby, which is an Artistic
like license. http://www.ruby-lang.org/en/LICENSE.txt If it
becomes a part of Subversion project, then naturally it will
be distributed under the Subversion license.

The progress of the native Ruby binding is:
svn_fs: 70%
svn_repos: 0%
svn_ra: 90%
svn_wc: 50%
svn_client: 50%
test cases: 10%

My rough development plan related Subversion are like this.
When this is done, I'm going to implement CVS pserver on top
of Subversion using this Ruby binding. After that, perhaps
I'll start writing SWIG binding if no one has written by
that time or I might write XEmacs lisp binding of
svn_client.h and svn_wc.h.

Yoshiki Hayashi
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