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Re: U3 Port of Subversion

From: Peter van Mourik <pvmourik_at_tyrion.nl>
Date: 2007-05-10 20:42:29 CEST

>TortoiseSVN is a shell extension. It must be installed on the system

(you have to tell the windows shell/explorer about TortoiseSVN), i.e.

creating certain registry keys.



First sorry for replying this way (and probably starting a new thread), but
I still don't receive the emails even though I've subscribed..


True enough, TortoiseSVN is a shell extension, however it is not really a
problem to create registry keys, as long as you remove them when you're
done. It might mean that u can't run it on some systems, since you don't
have access to the registry on all systems, but on other systems it should
be possible.


Aside from that, winrar was capable of doing it (just found out that this
afternoon) when u start the U3 winrar application you get the same shell
extension u normally have when you have winrar installed. I don't know the
first thing about shell extensions, but isn't there some other MS handler
available that does the same thing without altering the registry (some dll u
can register?).


Also, I just downloaded the source of TortoiseSVN, but I can't figure out
what IDE was used to develop the application, could someone point me in the
right direction? I'm normally using Eclipse for my programming, I was hoping
I could use that (and in what language is the source written anyway?)


Lastly I removed the " stupid " AVG sig.. Actually never noticed it on
outgoing mail before (duh;))




Peter van Mourik
Received on Thu May 10 20:51:00 2007

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