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RE: The Subversion GUI Issue

From: Beachey, Kendric <Kendric.Beachey_at_garmin.com>
Date: 2002-07-24 17:00:40 CEST

From: David Summers [mailto:david@summersoft.fay.ar.us]
> Last January I took the current WinCVS stuff and slowly began
> converting
> over to Subversion....I haven't had time to work on it since
> then but I
> got about 40 revisions in to it. As soon as I figure out my
> apache 2.0.40
> server problem with the shared memory then you can take a
> look at it at
> the http://summersoft.fay.ar.us:81/ URL. It is cross
> platform and will
> compile on Linux/Unix, Windows, and MAC.

That's excellent. Most of our win/lin folks will probably be just as happy
using the command line, but we have a substantial Mac contingent that is
currently using MacCVS Pro, which is a bit stale and a bit quirky, but which
fits their idea of how to use a computer pretty well. The GUI of
WinCVS/MacCVS is different from what they are used to, but at least it's
something they can click on.

For the further future, I hope they can just hit Subversion via WebDAV,
since their tool of choice (Dreamweaver) supports that natively.

Kendric Beachey
Received on Wed Jul 24 17:01:31 2002

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