On Fri, Sep 3, 2010 at 09:31, Loritsch, Berin <bloritsch_at_dtri.net> wrote:
> You should read what you write and consider how it will be received on
> the other end. Methinks you have a fetish with having to always be
> right. Consider what's behind the frustrations that others share, you
> might come up with some good ideas at how to better address those
> frustrations than always quipping "you contradict yourself" and drawing
> lines in the sand. Take a lesson from Kurt's response. It was helpful,
> pointed out my mistake, all without being rude.
> If Unix environments can use shared libraries, that proves that the
> problem can be solved. It's just more difficult in a Windows
So you're suggesting that TSVN ship with Subversion client libraries
for EVERY past version of Subversion (to have total backward
compatibility - that's seven versions of the libraries just to cover
the latest release of each of the 1.x lines), then attempt to detect
what version a given WC needs and unload/reload the right version for
each operation? I don't believe the WC has that kind of information in
it in the first place.
And you're still ranting and raving about this in the wrong place. WC
upgrades are done by the SVN libraries.
And in doing so, you still haven't "solved" the problem when you have
another client that's a later release of Subversion than you have for
Tortoise - now Tortoise can't operate on that WC at all.
> You contradict yourself. First you say that TSVN should use the already
> installed svn binaries, then you complain about the dll hell.
> That's an oxymoron - you can't have one without the other. And that's
> why TSVN will never, ever use anything that's not shipped with TSVN but
> installed on your system (apart from system dlls).
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Received on 2010-09-03 15:40:15 CEST