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Re: The Subversion GUI Issue

From: Paul Marculescu <paul_at_p16.pub.ro>
Date: 2002-07-25 03:52:39 CEST

Hi there!

I do not understand you, people.
I was working for a while on this client for subversion, using wxwindows
(which by the way, is really great) and I sent an email about this on
this list on 3rd of July and the first answer was hardly on 24th July. I
know there are a lot of problems with subversion itself, but if you
don't have a visual client, you will not succeed as expected.

So, I made a client that works (or at least worked with r2301, but it
can easily be updated) and it is portable (written with wxwindows and
apr) and I didn't see any other client around. Why don't you want to
extend it, to use the code already written?! It can be easily (I think)
updated to build a client like TortoiseCVS (for those who prefer it ...
I don't).

The only one interested, as I noticed, was Brent Matzelle, which
encountered some difficulties in building the source code, but I
exchanged some emails with him and the problem seemed to be something
about apr libraries. I hope he found the solution.

I would like to stay more involved right now, but I have to work on some
other project at the moment. But, in my opinion, this is what open
source for: I made something, it can easily be extended, some other
people can easily add code to it. So, why don't you?

Best regards,
Paul Marculescu

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