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Re: Python Binding Renaming?

From: Toshio <toshio_at_tiki-lounge.com>
Date: 2004-01-15 00:32:22 CET

On Wed, 2004-01-14 at 16:30, Barry Scott wrote:
> 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.

I saw that and was tempted to try it out. But it had too many
dependencies and I was too lazy. Maybe if everything had a
Redhat/Fedora RPM I'd be more likely to install it. :-)

I was unsure from reading about it on the website how it stacked up
against the canonical bindings. More python friendly implies more
intuitive and easier to use, but I also want to know if it has good
documentation (one of my biggest problems with the swig bindings is that
they don't have docstrings and they aren't 100% the C bindings,
therefore they seem impossible to figure out) what functionality is
exposed, etc.


Toshio <toshio@tiki-lounge.com>
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