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RE: Status of dotNET bindings?

From: Arild Fines <arild.fines_at_broadpark.no>
Date: 2003-05-28 09:31:05 CEST

John Barstow wrote:
> I know there were several people working on .NET bindings for the
> subversion client API. I have a couple of projects where I could
> really use them. What's the current status of these efforts? I
> really don't want to write them myself if I can help it.

Those bindings are part of the AnkhSVN project at http://ankhsvn.tigris.org

They can not be considered stable, and they are in no way complete. However,
I don't expect any major changes to the interface of the lower level
part(NSvn.Core.dll) of it, since it mainly consists of a 1-1 mapping to
svn_client_* functions.

I wrote a NAnt svncheckout task using the bindings, which you can find at
http://www.ankhsvn.com:8088/svn/finalproject/trunk/tools/SvnTasks/. This
should give you some idea what the high-level API is like.

As of 15:00 local time today, this is no longer a school project, so
patches/suggestions are welcome.

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Received on Wed May 28 09:33:47 2003

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