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Re: Are Ruby bindings alive or dead?

From: Erik Huelsmann <ehuels_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-03 14:01:08 CEST

On 6/2/05, Jim Morris <morris@wolfman.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have been playing with the Swig/Ruby bindings on 1.2.0 and finally got
> them to build and the tests run ok.
> I am wondering if this project is actively being maintained or has it
> been abandoned?

They are actively being developed, but are a recent addition to the
project. If you can help out by providing patches, that would be

> I found that there is no binding for the svn_client_status call, and
> after a few hours of looking over the Swig code I could not figure out
> how to implement it, as it has a call back and the Swig generated
> wrapper for the svn_client_status api does not seem to be correct.
> Comparing it to the perl binding for swig it looks like there was some
> hand coding done to the swig to make it work for perl.
> Is it worth my time to try to figure out how to implement this in
> Swig/Ruby or continue to use the command line with backticks as I am
> currently doing?

It's absolutely worth the time of your investment as others will be
using the bindings too.



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