Julian Foad wrote:
> On Thu, 2008-06-12 at 10:40 +0200, "Andrés G. Aragoneses" wrote:
>> Karl Fogel wrote:
>>> I'm not sure it makes sense for us to link to every IDE that has
>>> Subversion support, since huge numbers of them do these days. Instead,
>> I am not going to argue about this: you have the policies that you want.
>> But the only thing I would say is: if you don't include MonoDevelop,
>> please drop also NetBeans, JDeveloper, etc. (just for consistency).
> You are right, of course, Andrés. Thank you for saying it politely. This
> decision was bound to come up sooner or later as support for Subversion
> becomes more widespread, and it just happened to come up now.
> I have removed those, and one called "Eric", in r31710. The JDeveloper
> entry did contain a link named "Subversion plugin" but the linked page
> didn't mention it, so it's not clear what its status is. If there still
> is a separate plug-in it would be perfectly fine for somebody to
> reinstate a link to it. (The entry was worded too much like an advert
> for me to have much sympathy with it :-) .)
> I have also split up the section (in r31711) into four smaller
> categories to make it easier to find the links one is interested in.
Thanks for your answer Julian
One last thing to discuss: it seems not clear yet for me, upon your and
Karl's statements, the policy about the inclusion, given that they are a
bit contradictory: Karl argues about not accepting programs that have
SVN support (we could define them as anyone who calls svn client API,
right?) but you seem more focused on having just a "module" for a
program which is a client.
Regarding your opinion, and not Karl's, MonoDevelop could also be
- It's based on add-ins (more or less the same as plugins).
- It has a VersionControl add-in .
- It has a Subversion add-in , which depends on the former.
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Received on 2008-06-12 15:58:42 CEST