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Re: Potential Google Summer of Code 2007 project

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-03-26 14:20:03 CEST

On 3/26/07, Edin Salkovic <edin.salkovic@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi David and others,
> I got a cold recently (I'm still ill) and was unable to investigate
> further into my application. I've got a very good overview (from
> reading the docs) of what ctypes can do and I understand that it's a
> better approach than SWIG (the fact that ctypes is distributed with
> Python 2.5 is enough evidence). I'm not a C guy (I know the syntax
> though, I had a course in it), nor do I have knowledge of the SVN
> internals. I'm also using Windows a bit more these days than Linux.
> I have a dual-boot Ubuntu/Windows laptop.
> Unfortunately, I haven't come up with the simple example you asked
> for. I have the following dlls in my svn/bin dir, and I don't know
> which one to open with ctypes.CDLL.
> intl3_svn.dll
> libapr.dll
> libapriconv.dll
> libaprutil.dll
> libdb44.dll
> libeay32.dll

Those DLL's are all the dependencies of Subversion, not the Subversion
libraries themselves. If you build the Subversion trunk code, it now builds
the SVN libraries as DLL's on Windows. In 1.4.x and earlier all the
libraries are statically linked in the EXE.

Mark Phippard
Received on Mon Mar 26 14:20:24 2007

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