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Re: Anyone looking for a nice and easy bite-sized task?

From: Edmund Horner <chrysophylax_at_chrysophylax.cjb.net>
Date: 2004-05-17 14:06:54 CEST

Branko ─îibej wrote:
> Have you always wanted to contribute to the Subversion code, but were
> unsure where to start? This is your chance!
> http://subversion.tigris.org/issues/show_bug.cgi?id=1861
> This issue will take you on a guided tour of _all_ the Subversion
> libraries, but you will not have to confront the darker magic dwelling
> in them. After your tour is complete, you will send a patch to the dev@
> list; if it is accepted (there has to be /some/ kind of exit exam), you
> will be counted among the contributers to Subversion 1.1.
> Are you up to the challenge! Click the link today!
> -- Brane
> /me doesn't mention that fact that it's brain-dead, but necessary work
> he wants to fob off on some willing victim :-)

I'm happy to do it, but it might be a 48-hour job... meaning I've got an
exam tomorrow.

Now that the version query/check infrastructure is in the code, we
should add

a) Version query functions to all svn libraries;
    see include/svn_client.h, libsvn_client/version.c

b) Version checks to all command-line clients;
    see clients/cmdline/main.c:check_lib_versions

I take it it's just a) duplicating the version changes to libsvn_client
to the other libraries (with appropriate naming); and b) duplicating
clients/cmdline/main.c:check_lib_versions() to svnadmin, svnlook,
svninfo, svndumpfilter, svnversion (with appropriate lists of libraries)?

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Received on Mon May 17 14:07:51 2004

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