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Re: Hello. Current GUI Projects?

From: Ich Selbst <ichselbst_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2003-01-14 23:19:11 CET

> Hi. Having realized that (a) CVS Sucks, and (b) BitKeeper is expensive
> (and closed source), I thought, why not try to help out the Subversion
> project. I am wondering who is currently working on a portable (or even
> non-portable) GUI for Subversion? I noticed there is a little bit of
> VB code floating around (still incomplete?) but nothing much else is
> going on.
> My own need is for a simple svn gui to be a VSS workalike. Reason
> being? It would help me get VSS people out of VSS and into a real
> system where we can begin to teach the old dogs some new (svn) tricks.
> What is the current state of the project in respect to GUI stuff? I
> checked the mailing lists and there hasn't been much traffic since last
> June on any GUI topics.

Already tried a plugin for VS.NET, but without the 10k$/year for VSIP
the possiblilities are to say the least 'limited' - or to be honest: it
So I gave up that project and joined TortoiseSVN. If you know TortoiseCVS
then you'll know what that is.
Plans are to release a first public version of TortoiseSVN as soon as
version 0.17 of subversion is out. I'll work on Win2k and XP and
*should* work on 98/Me too, but we don't have such systems ready
to test that.
You can find the source on www.tortoisesvn.org.
BTW: <commercial>TortoiseSVN is better than a plugin for VS 'cause you can
use it without the need to have VS installed - and you can work
with any editor you like </commercial>


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