> Sorry, I don't understand:
>> No, you must use the CVS version. The upcoming kdevelop (codename
>> have subversion support but are using the svn library, so it will
>> not compile with subversion support.
> ??? It has subversion support but is using the svn lib, so it doesn't
> Isn't svn and subversion the same?
You are right of course.
The Subversion API are still changing often. The result is that applications
who are using the subversion libraries (and header files) needs rewrite
nearly every time a new Subversion version are coming up.
>> You might have a chance if you are using debian (kdevelop's svnpart
>> developer are using debian and he develop it against recent Subversion
>> snapshots (debian subversion)).
> I guess Debian is another linux distribution. So there are no chanches
> to get kdevelop running under SuSE?
It's just easier to do it under Debian. KDE's svnpart developer tends to do
the svn support based upon the current unstable Debian Subversion package
rather than using the latest Subversion version.
I'm using Linux From Scratch and it have happened one or two times this year
that Gideon compiles with Subversion support for me.
I think you must use Subversion 0.17 if you want to compile gideon as it is
now with Subversion Support.
> Sorry for the inconvenience, but it is important to me to find a good
> IDE for large projects.
> I just thought of contributing to kDevelop myself to implement svn
> support, but that would be my first larger project on linux although I
> am quite experienced on other platforms.
Then it will probably be very easy for you to fix it. Just head to
www.kdevelop.org, download the CVS and start hacking. The kdevelop will be
very happy to apply a patch from you.
I thing the svnpart man on kdevelop is Mickael Marchand <email@example.com>
He will probably update the code at once if you tells him that the API has
> Do you have suggestions for a good IDE for C++ with all the templates I
> would need for GNU development AND possible svn support?
Just check out the kdevelop CVS and compile it. I think you will just love
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Received on Fri Jun 20 17:31:03 2003