JP Fiset <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 11/30/2005 11:11:23 AM:
> I am ready to get involved. I see svn-ant as a really important tool.
> subversion and ant are really useful, and svn-ant is that little bit of
> that is required to make it all work seamlessly.
> Obviously, it is not all rosy. Ant is not always that easy to use, and
> certainly can be difficult to extend. svn-ant relies on client adapters
> can be tricky to configure/obtain. However, I am of the opinion that
> is the perfect place to hide all those intricacies from the user and
> really easy to script against a subversion repository.
> Anyway, sign me up. I'll try to help in any way I can.
If you do not already have a tigris.org account, then please set one up.
Then post your tigris.org user id and I will make you a committer. Your
tigris.org user id and password are the credentials you supply to
Subversion when committing.
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Received on Fri Dec 2 06:04:12 2005