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RE: Subversion Win32 installer

From: <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2003-07-09 14:46:16 CEST

Quoting Evan Easton <evan@eeaston.com>:

> I'd love it if the python bindings were bundled. It would lower the
> acceptance threshold for people like me...quite happy about subversion and
> almost ready to adopy, willing to learn python to customize it for my needs,
> technically pretty competent (just another language), but only willing to
> jump through so many hurdles to adopt younger interesting tools and also not
> in posestion of VC6.

Python bindings? Sure, no problem; they build on Windows, and they (presumably)
work on Windows. Er. Which version of Python did you have in mind, by the way?

Because the trouble is that bindings built for Python 2.2 won't work wirh Pyton
2.1, or any other version, at least on Windows -- because the names of the
Python DLLs change between versions.

I can build the bindings for Python 2.2, which is what I currently have
installed, but I can't build the bindings for five different Python versions. Sorry.


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