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Re: [TSVN] SCC Provider (was: Re: [TSVN] Technical questions on status caching)

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-12-21 20:41:03 CET

Will Dean <svn@indcomp.co.uk> wrote on 12/21/2004 02:11:55 PM:

> At 14:00 21/12/2004 -0500, Mark Phippard wrote:
> >I would really like to see an SCC Provider added to TortoiseSVN some
> >At a minimum, I really think it makes sense that anyone writing an SCC
> >provider, ought to consider using TortoiseProc.exe as much as possible
> >the UI. The TSVN dialogs all have so much polish and embedded features
> >contained within them, it just doesn't make any sense not to use them.
> Have you looked at Anhksvn? That's VS integration for SVN. I'm not
> if the project's active at the moment, but it was pretty good when I
> tried it. Things like Diff aren't nearly as good as TMerge, though.
> But like you say, at the moment it's just as easy to use TSVN - I just
do a
> CTRL-O, and do everything via a file-open dialog.

The problem is that it only works with VS .NET, and with the new MS Team
Studio stuff, who knows if that API used by AnkhSVN will even work in VS

SCC is an awful API but it is still the best integration point because it
opens up so many IDE's.


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