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RE: [TSVN] SCC Provider

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-12-21 22:32:08 CET

"Josha Foust" <jfoust@mankowindows.com> wrote on 12/21/2004 04:24:33 PM:

> Up thru the end of October it was active. Judging by the commit log, it
> looked like he was doing a lot of restructuring and some work for making
> work with Whidbey. The last release is a decent SCC VS .NET tool.
> I don't know why it went inactive or what the future plans are, but it
> certainly be a good base for any future open source SCC SVN project for
> .NET.

If we are talking about AnkhSVN, then I do not agree it would be a good
base. AnkhSVN is not an SCC provider. SCC is a specific API for
integrating with IDE's on Windows. AnkhSVN is using a new API Microsoft
invented with Visual InterDev and then moved into VS .NET. There are no
other tools that it works with. It is a fine way to integrate with VS
.NET, but since it doesn't work with anything else, I do not agree it is a
good base to build on. Most IDE's on Windows, including VS .NET, support
the SCC API to some degree.


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