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RE: SCC API provider

From: Jan Hendrik <jan.hendrik_at_bigfoot.com>
Date: 2004-01-14 11:23:44 CET

Concerning RE: SCC API provider
Kevin Williams wrote on 13 Jan 2004, 8:44, at least in part:

> All I meant to say was that that doesn't help users of any other IDE
> that use the SCC API. By building a SCC API provider for Subversion,
> users of Delphi, VisualAge, HomeSite, RationalRose, and VC6 (among
> others) will all be able to use Subversion from their IDE without any
> changes to their system except for a couple of registry entries. The
> SCC API is (unfortunately) becoming a more common standard, and I want
> people to have a better source control system to use than VSS.

As for Homesite I created a toolbar. It's not SCC of course, but on
the other hand it lets *me* control if and when I add, commit etc.,
and does not ask me constantly while I just saved a change for a
quick review in the browser ... The toolbar uses both SVN and
TSVN and there are things that could work smarter - but it works. I
have not found the time yet to do some documentation, but
everyone is welcome to drop me a note and get it in a zip file.

Jan Hendrik

> In all honesty, I'm more comfortable with a good text editor like
> jEdit and the svn command-line tools than in an IDE, but I currently
> have no choice but to work in an IDE for a living.
> >From: "Arild Fines" <arild.fines@broadpark.no>
> >To: "Kevin Williams" <kevin_w69@hotmail.com>,
> ><users@subversion.tigris.org> Subject: RE: SCC API provider Date:
> >Tue, 13 Jan 2004 07:50:06 +0100
> >
> >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
> >is
> > > 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
> >my
> > > 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:
> >http://software.ericsink.com/20040112.html#10145
> >
> >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.
> >
> >
> >--
> >Arild
> >
> >AnkhSVN: http://ankhsvn.tigris.org
> >Blog: http://ankhsvn.com/blog
> >RSS: http://ankhsvn.com/blog/Rss.aspx
> >
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