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Re: Subversion and .NET

From: Patrick Mayweg <mayweg_at_qint.de>
Date: 2003-02-04 10:44:51 CET

Hi Arild,

Arild Fines wrote:

> John Barstow wrote:
> > There is a C++ library in the RapidSVN project hosted at Tigris that
> > would be a good starting point. It's reasonably up-to-date and could
> > probably be tweaked to produce managed classes fairly easily.
>
> We have taken a look at it, but we're not too convinced this library would
> work so well in a managed context.

I have taken that library and used it as the base for developing a Java-JNI
interface. This is a bit like managed code, since it also live with a garbage
collector etc. We make that public in a couple of days.

>
> >
> > Note that NAnt and SharpDevelop would benefit immensely from the .NET
> > bindings.
>
> Yes, that's why it is so important to get the API design right :-)
>
> --
> Arild Fines, Kristin Borud and Per Krämer
>
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Patrick

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