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RE: [TSVN] Building, part 2

From: smorf _at_ ihug <_at_>
Date: 2005-07-30 01:23:12 CEST

> just go to .net and rewrite the whole thing in C#...

If you do that then you will have at least one more developer (I would love
to be now but I am just not experienced enough in C/++ - well actually I
havenít written a single line of it).

Maybe keep the explorer part in C/++ but migrate the core libraries to C#

The advantage of using .net (or any thing that uses a intermediary language)
is that you usually get portability for free, you could get tsvn to run on
Linux (via mono), and 64bit processors. The runtime just takes care of it

Donít be too 'uncomfortable' about .net 2.0 being in beta, ASP.NET (2.0) is
'available' for production use so I would hazard a guess that .net 2.0 is
reasonably stable.

Steven H, 3rd Year B.I.T. Dunedin, New Zealand

.net madGeek

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