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Re: SVN improvements

From: John Peacock <jpeacock_at_rowman.com>
Date: 2005-04-05 13:42:44 CEST

Pavel Radzivilovsky wrote:
> We thought that trying to teach people about copy-edit-merge while
> taking away the Visual Studio integration would not fly. While
> TortoiseSVN (the Windows Exploerer plug-in) is a fine product, AnkhSVN
> (the VS.NET plug-in) was not ready for general use at the time we tried
> it (version 0.5.5). Version 0.6 is still not out, and I don't know how
> much it will fix.

You may want to do a little more research. There is a commercial SCC plugin for
Subversion available from PushOK:


which integrates very well into whatever SCC IDE you choose to utilize
(including VS.NET). It does not use the bindings, but rather drives the
commandline utility via a GUI. I actually suggested that the developers create
the Subversion plugin, since I was very happy with the CVS plugin that they also



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