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RE: Introduction

From: Arild Fines <arild.fines_at_broadpark.no>
Date: 2003-09-20 23:52:07 CEST

sussman@collab.net wrote:
> "Kenneth Olving" <Kenneth.Olving@frameworx.com> writes:
>> An interesting almost philosophical question: what were the main
>> reasons for using a C approach?
> A simple answer: we wanted to write a version control system that was
> super-hackable. We designed multiple levels of APIs, and knew that C
> was the easiest sort of library to 'bind' to from multiple languages.
> People are already writing svn applications in Perl, Python, C++, and
> Java/JNI.

And C# ;-)

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