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Re: Should the python examples work in 0.29.0?

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-09-11 01:31:35 CEST

Barry Scott <barry@barrys-emacs.org> writes:

> I see the "Developer Information" chapter in the Book. Is that all the
> docs available?

Yeah, start by reading chapter 7. It should give a good overview of
the different library layers.

> In include/subversion-1/*.h there seems to be 59 types and 639 functions,
> (use grep 'typedef struct' and grep ');' to get the numbers).
> Is this the public interface I need to learn?

Beyond that, it's a matter of getting familiar with svn_client.h.
That's the "main" API. From there, you'll be forced to peer into
other header files as needed.

> >Go take a look at /trunk/tools/examples/minimal_client.c, it should
> >get you started.
> Thanks, it look like I should be able to port it to python. I start tomorrow.

And then you have this example to help.

Also, don't forget the most important example of all: the commandline
client itself. It's pretty small, in terms of code.

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