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Re: [TSVN] Re: TBlame colours

From: SteveKing <stefankueng_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-09-23 16:24:04 CEST

On Thu, 23 Sep 2004 10:17:12 -0400, Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> wrote:

> That sounds like a real "Catch-22". If you build the app with the MS
> Tools, then you somewhat limit who can contribute. If you use the
> bare-bones Windows API then it is hard for anyone to add even very basic
> features. Since TSVN already requires VS .NET I would have thought that
> requiring the MS Tools would be the better way to go. It would seem to me
> that TBlame has a fairly finite feature set. Once it is written, there is
> not a lot that will need to be done to it in the future, therefore having
> it able to be easily "hacked" by others seems to have little long term
> benefit. I could see where something like TMerge has room for a lot of

That's what I though of TMerge first too. But as you can see: there
just isn't any program that people don't want to have "just that one
feature" added.

> longterm innovations and tweaks to be added, but TBlame seems like it
> would be pretty static. I suppose someone could rethink the graphics
> every couple of years, but the basic app should always be the same.
> BTW, do the new Express editions of the compilers come with everything you
> would need to develop TSVN? It seems to have all of the .NET stuff, not
> sure if it also comes with MFC/ATL. I am not sure what the price is going
> to be, I think I heard $99 or less.

Unfortunately, both MFC and ATL are _not_ included in those express
editions. It's in the C++-Express-Edition FAQ. :(

Seems I have to either pay a thousand bucks or just use the version I
have now for TSVN. Unfortunately, our company doesn't renew the
MSDN-subscriptions anymore.


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