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Re: What Happened to Subway (the Subversion SCC Provider)?

From: Jonathan Gilbert <o2w9gs702_at_sneakemail.com>
Date: 2007-01-23 21:38:10 CET

At 03:07 PM 1/23/2007 -0500, John Peacock wrote:
>>> it is a wrapper around the commandline client, not a direct SCC client
>>> using the bindings or C libraries directly.
>> ..and they charge money for this? =/
>$35/seat and well worth the cost if you have an editor that speaks SCC...

I dunno, I personally use AnkhSVN with Visual Studio 2005 and pay nothing
(Visual Studio 2005 provided by the company). It's the only editor I have
that has any notion of source control; with the other editors (notepad, vi
and what have ye), I use a combination of TortoiseSVN and the command-line

I've been wary of the SCC-based providers, partly because the whole SCC
model doesn't really match up with the way Subversion works, short of
having svn:needs-lock on every single file. :-)

Jonathan Gilbert

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Received on Tue Jan 23 21:37:13 2007

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