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Re: Subversion, decentralized version control, and the future.

From: Carsten Breuer <CarstenBreuerSvn_at_textwork.de>
Date: 2007-06-30 00:51:41 CEST

Hi Giovanni,

> Please don't overstate what I proposed. I'm speaking of wc only (no
> repos, no ra, etc.). And only because libsvn_wc is going to be rewritten
> from scratch anyway.
> Right now, the wc specifications are "private" and third parties are
> supposed to access wc only through the libsvn_wc API. I find that mostly
> inconvenient. I'd rather the wc specifications to be public and
> official, and have a testsuite to certify wc implementations. After
> that, there's no reason we should code our wc implementation in C.

I don't see any problem to write wc-api in C and create python
bindings then. Where is the problem?

Best Regards,


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