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Re: Integrating TSVN in an IDE

From: Simon Large <simon.tortoisesvn_at_googlemail.com>
Date: Wed, 18 Jun 2008 21:45:02 +0100

2008/6/18 Janosch Scharlipp <tsvn_at_lists.scharlipp.de>:
> Hi,
> 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,

AFAIK we don't document the interface to TSVNCache as a public API,
and it does tend to change periodically between TSVN versions. I would
suggest using the SVN library to get status (similar to using TSVN
with shell status).


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Received on 2008-06-18 22:45:14 CEST

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