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RE: sourcecross.org - Subversion-SCC project

From: Walter Nicholls <walter.nicholls_at_cornerstone.co.nz>
Date: 2004-02-24 21:29:41 CET

Thanks Karl. We don't have an official name for the Scc-Subversion
interface project as such - but that link is excellent. (We have a
couple of different projects in the pipeline so the community name had
to be generic)

If this thing about the SCC API being public is true, we may even have
some stuff available for public download - but I don't want to be sued,
so I'm going to be cautious and seek confirmation.

-----Original Message-----
From: kfogel@collab.net [mailto:kfogel@collab.net]
Sent: Wednesday, 25 February 2004 4:11 a.m.
To: Walter Nicholls
Cc: users@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: sourcecross.org - Subversion-SCC project

I added the link, but with a note that sourcecross isn't an open
source project due to the NDA issue. (I think this will be important
to a lot of visitors to the links page, and all the other projects on
the page are open source afaik).

By the way, is the project's name "sourcecross.org" or "SourceCross"
or... ? Your mail only said "sourcecross.org", so I used that as the
project name.


"Walter Nicholls" <walter.nicholls@cornerstone.co.nz> writes:
> Hi all,
> == Announcing sourcecross.org ===
> Subversion - SCC API interface project
> For a couple of months there has been a small group of developers
> working on an SCC API interface to Subversion.
> We have established a project home at http://www.sourcecross.org/ and
> Subversion repository. More information on the web site.
> The SCC API is used by most major Windows development environments
> including Microsoft Visual Studio (a fuller list is at
> http://www.sourcecross.org/faq/index.php#whatides)
> Unfortunately we are unable to establish this as an open-source
> because the Microsoft SCC API is protected by a non-disclosure
> agreement. This is one of the reasons we are not on tigris.org
> alongside the likes of AnkhSVN and Subclipse. However this is a fully
> community-owned project and is not controlled or funded by any
> commercial interests.
> We would like to consolidate all the efforts to produce an SCC
> for Subversion, and produce the best provider there is. If you are
> to contribute, even in a small way, to this project, then please join
> one of the mailing lists (instructions at
> http://www.sourcecross.org/lists.php). We are especially interested
> you have signed the Microsoft NDA and can help with the SCC provider
> development, but there are other things to do as well (eg
> testing). Certainly signing the NDA is not a prerequisite for
> involvement.
> And although this has been said many times before, congratulations to
> all the Subversion developers for getting 1.0 released!
> Walter Nicholls
> sourcecross.org
> P.S. Apologies for the cross-posting to both dev and users. This is
> primarily a user-space announcement but since we'll be working with
> libsvn code and are looking for developers it seemed appropriate to
> as well. (I won't do it again.)
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