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[Fwd: Subversion support?]

From: Glenn A. Thompson <gthompson_at_cdr.net>
Date: 2002-06-05 20:51:13 CEST

Hey folks:

Is the following "Ben" out there on the dev list?
I assume a project on tigris.org is no problem?

gat

Francis Irving wrote:

> Yes, in fact there is somebody working on it. It would be a separate
> project based on TortoiseCVS code, and I don't know how far he's got.
>
> Ben, meet Glenn. Glenn, meet Ben!
>
> I would love a TortoiseCVS style interface to be the standard GUI
> Windows interface for Subversion. Any chance of making such a project
> in some way an official part of Subversion, hosted as a project on
> tigris.org, and recommended as a major client?
>
> In particular, I hope that the Subversion API works well with GUI
> interfaces (for progress bars, to avoid any need to parse text output),
> and understand that the sooner someone starts using that API for a GUI,
> the better it will be for that purpose.
>
> Francis
>
> On Wed, Jun 05, 2002 at 02:05:00PM -0400, Glenn A. Thompson wrote:
> > Hi Irving:
> >
> > My name Glenn Thompson.
> > I downloaded TortioseCVS some time ago and was very impressed with it's
> > ease of use.
> > Recently, I have become involved with the Subversion project.
> > http://subversion.tigris.org/
> > If you are unfamiliar with the project please have a look around on the
> > web site.
> > Anyway, several people on the Subversion dev list have complemented the
> > TortioseCVS interface.
> > So I said I would ask you if would consider supporting Subversion in
> > addition to CVS.
> >
> > Thanks,
> > Glenn A. Thompson (gat)
> >
> > gthompson@cdr.net
> >
>
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Yes, in fact there is somebody working on it. It would be a separate
project based on TortoiseCVS code, and I don't know how far he's got.

Ben, meet Glenn. Glenn, meet Ben!

I would love a TortoiseCVS style interface to be the standard GUI
Windows interface for Subversion. Any chance of making such a project
in some way an official part of Subversion, hosted as a project on
tigris.org, and recommended as a major client?

In particular, I hope that the Subversion API works well with GUI
interfaces (for progress bars, to avoid any need to parse text output),
and understand that the sooner someone starts using that API for a GUI,
the better it will be for that purpose.

Francis

On Wed, Jun 05, 2002 at 02:05:00PM -0400, Glenn A. Thompson wrote:
> Hi Irving:
>
> My name Glenn Thompson.
> I downloaded TortioseCVS some time ago and was very impressed with it's
> ease of use.
> Recently, I have become involved with the Subversion project.
> http://subversion.tigris.org/
> If you are unfamiliar with the project please have a look around on the
> web site.
> Anyway, several people on the Subversion dev list have complemented the
> TortioseCVS interface.
> So I said I would ask you if would consider supporting Subversion in
> addition to CVS.
>
> Thanks,
> Glenn A. Thompson (gat)
>
> gthompson@cdr.net
>

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