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Re: visual client

From: Greg Stein <gstein_at_lyra.org>
Date: 2002-05-01 21:54:18 CEST

IMO, WinCVS has *TOO* many options. It simply exposes the CVS commands and
switches without any regard to how the user wants to actually interact with
their files/dirs. It is truly an awful piece of software.

Are you planning to invoke the 'svn' client, or bind straight to the
libraries? I would highly recommend the latter.


On Thu, May 02, 2002 at 10:03:17AM +0200, Paul Marculescu wrote:
> Yes, Cervisia is kind of good looking and WinCVS has a lot of options.
> I thought of using the same interface as in WinCVS, but some things have
> to be different, I think, as there are versions on folder trees. In this
> spirit, is the Revision column in WinCVS redundant for files (in this
> case) or my knowledges of subversion are limited?
> Jostein Christoffer Andersen wrote:
> > On torsdag 02 mai 2002, 02.20, Paul Marculescu wrote:
> > > I'm starting to work on a visual client for Subversion in wxwindows,
> > > so that the same code could be ported on many platforms.
> > > Any guidelines, suggestions, remarks would be highly appreciated.
> >
> > Great, thanks!
> >
> > In a nut shell:
> > * The ease of use as cervicia (kde2/3). cervisia covers
> > 90% of my needs.
> > * The power of Wincvs
> >
> > Jostein :-)

Greg Stein, http://www.lyra.org/
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