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Re: SOC update and questions

From: Bill Zeller <billiam_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-09 04:33:04 CEST

Great! I'll get on it.
On 8/8/05, Branko ╚ibej <brane@xbc.nu> wrote:> Bill Zeller wrote:> > >Hmm,> >> >This is the first time I've seen that. It appears to be exactly what I> >was going to be working on...> >> >I didn't see this on the SVN site and submitted the same idea to> >Google and was accepted. Any thoughts on what I should do now? Maybe> >pick some of the "byte sized coding tasks"?> >> >> Heh. We do use SWIG to generate Perl, Python and Ruby bindings, but not> PHP yet. I'm sure there'd be a ton of stuff to do in the interface files> (typemaps and such) and the build scripts to get PHP bindings generated> and built. It sure won't work out of the box.> > So, no worries, you've still got work to do. :)> > >-bill> >> >On 8/8/05, Branko ╚ibej <brane@xbc.nu> wrote:> >> >> >>Bill Zeller wrote:> >>> >>> >>> >>>I'm working on the PHP extensions for SVN. I've read through the SVN> >>>documentation and was going to start by creating a low level PHP> >>>wrapper for all of SVN's functions. After doing this, I would create a> >>>higher
level, simpler interface. How does this sound?> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> >>By "PHP", do you meane PHP4, or PHP5? I know SWIG could generate> >>low-level bindings for PHP4, but I have no idea if they'd be compatible> >>with PHP5...> >>> >>> -- Brane> >
Received on Tue Aug 9 04:33:55 2005

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