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RE: Subversion Win32 installer

From: Duncan Booth <duncan_at_rcp.co.uk>
Date: 2003-07-09 15:30:18 CEST

brane@xbc.nu wrote in news:1057754776.3f0c0e985adf7@www.xbc.nu:

> 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.

Python 2.2 (actually 2.2.3) is the current production version. I would have
thought it would be sufficient simply to track the production version, so
build for 2.2 until sometime after 2.3 has come out. If anyone wants to use
a beta they can probably be expected to build the bindings themselves, and
if they have an older version of Python they should be encouraged to

Duncan Booth                                             duncan@rcp.co.uk
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