Thanks for your reply.
I used SVN for around 2 years in one of the organizations where I worked.
There I had moved from CVS to SVN and I really liked it. At present I am
contributing to one of the projects in Gnome and I am using Git there.
I didn't use svn diff with other diff tool. I used vimdiff then and
directly used to diff from .svn directory. But later I got to know that I
could make use of -diff-cmd=vimdiff $6 $7.
I shall look into the community guide and figure out things
On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 12:15 AM, Stefan Sperling <stsp_at_elego.de> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 02, 2012 at 10:55:23PM +0530, Satabdi Das wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am interested in contributing to Subversion. Among the list of project
> > ideas, I am interested in working on showing the progress output and more
> > customizable behavior for svn diff.
> > I have experience in C/C++. Please let me know how do I get started.
> > Thanks,
> > Satabdi
> Hi Satabdi,
> I'm glad you're interested in contributing to Subversion as part of OPW!
> Since Subversion joined OPW a little late, we're a bit behind schedule,
> but don't let that worry you.
> First off, I'd recommend to familiarize yourself with the Subversion
> community guide at http://subversion.apache.org/docs/community-guide/
> This guide contains plenty of information for new contributors.
> How familiar are you with Subversion? Have you used Subversion before
> in any of your own software projects? Have you used other version
> control systems such as git or Mercurial?
> Regarding your project idea about making the 'svn diff' subcommand
> work better with third party diff programs, have you already used
> 'svn diff' with a third party diff program?
> Please note that as a project we prefer to keep any communication which
> doesn't involve sensitive or private matters on the dev@ list (i.e this
> list), which is publicly archived, so that everyone involved can stay
> on top of what's going on.
> I'm 'stsp' in #svn-dev on freenode, BTW. I'll try to be reachable
> for you there as well, as far as my current schedule permits.
Whatever you do may seem insignificant to you, but it is most important
that you do it.
Received on 2012-12-04 07:02:40 CET