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Re[2]: Palm TSVN Client

From: Fernando P. Nájera Cano <tortoisesvn_at_fernandonajera.com>
Date: 2006-05-25 22:33:53 CEST


>> What would you all think to the possibility of building a
>> lightweight TortoiseSVN client for Palm? It would be useful for
>> examining a repository remotely, tracking progress, etc. It would
>> not necessarily have to be able to perform checkouts, commits, and
>> updates though.

JS> Makes absolutely no sense, TSVN is designed as a windows explorer
JS> shell extension. Would make more sense looking at a client that is
JS> standalone and could better make the move to palm or some other
JS> handheld.

I think Kip is talking about the repo-browser (read only) and show log
dialog. It does make sense for me (well, maybe this idea should be for
another project, as Stefan has indirectly stated in his reply ;).

WebSVN (or similar) could be a way to approach that goal right now -
it is already developed, and is quite easy to implement. I haven't
tried to access it from my Axim, but making some changes to the css,
both Palms and Pocket PCs should have access to the repo.

And about Pocket PCs, if only there were *true* .NET SVN bindings (so
they could work in .NET CF)...

Best regards,

Fernando Najera

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