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Re: Python Binding Renaming?

From: Barry Scott <barry_at_barrys-emacs.org>
Date: 2004-01-14 22:30:39 CET

I might like to check out pysvn extension from pysvn.tigris.org for a
working and python friendly svn client interface. pysvn is rich enough
to allow all the command line client to be written in python and a
subversion GUI. Windows installation kits are available in the files
area and svn client written in python in the examples.


At 09-01-2004 13:25, Toshio wrote:
>Looking through the mail archives I found a sugestion by Barry Scott in
>October to rename many of the python bindings from:
>svn.client.svn_client_status() to svn.client.status()
>This met with some approval and discussion of how svn.core needed to be
>treated differently. AFAIK this hasn't been implemented. Is it not a
>good idea? Too late because of the freeze for 1.0?
>If it were a good idea, it seems it should happen before 1.0 so we don't
>doom ourselves to writing doubly "namespaced" code for the life of the
>1.0-stable branch.
>Toshio <toshio@tiki-lounge.com>
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