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RE: SCC API provider

From: Arild Fines <arild.fines_at_broadpark.no>
Date: 2004-01-13 07:50:06 CET

Kevin Williams wrote:
> Everyone,
> I'm searching for interest, as well as coding advice.
> Here's the deal. Although I would like to do Java work in Linux, I do C#
> work in Windows with Visual Studio.NET for a living. In my opinion,
> SourceSafe sucks worse than the jetwash of a supersonic F-14. Microsoft
> doesn't even use SourceSafe internally, they have a custom solution that
> rumored to be like CVS, Subversion, and BitKeeper combined. My problem is
> I've never worked in C/C++ before. Being a complete newbie to C is a
> disadvantage, but I don't care -- I want to use Subversion and VS.NET is
> environment for the forseeable future. (And I don't like AnkhSvn)

Could you please elaborate on your problems with AnkhSVN? I think that would
be a more rewarding approach than trying to create an SCC provider. Kindly
read Eric Sink's(lead developer/manager for SourceGear Vault) weblog on SCC:

Telling me what's wrong with Ankh and submitting patches(especially since
you claim to know C#) to amend the situation would be a far more
constructive approach, in my opinion.

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Received on Tue Jan 13 07:50:48 2004

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