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Integrating TSVN in an IDE

From: Janosch Scharlipp <tsvn_at_lists.scharlipp.de>
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 20:41:05 +0200

i want to integrate Subversion support into an open source IDE
(FlashDevelop.org) which is written in C#.
The integration of all those great dialogs TSVN comes with, is simply
done by showing the standard windows explorer context menu, but showing
icon overlays based on the file status seems to be a bit more complicated.
Since getting file status via svn.exe is slow (and always slow) i
thougth, i could profit from TSVNCache.exe.

The problem is, that i have no experience with c++, so it is difficult
for me to read and understand the source of TSVN and TSVNCache. All i
understood is, that TSVN communicates with TSVNCache through a named pipe.

My questions are now:
1) do you think, it is possible to use TSVNCache in my case?
2) is it enough to get communication with TSVNCache working via a named
pipe to get the file-status in most (99%) of all cases, or do i have to
implement alternatives?
3) is there a simpler/better way than the named pipe?

Happy about every advice,

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Received on 2008-06-18 20:41:26 CEST

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