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Re: Status of SCPlugin [repost]

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-03-30 05:08:23 CEST

On Mar 29, 2005, at 8:58 PM, Mike Burr wrote:

> May have picked the wrong time to post originally; before Easter
> Sunday. Or maybe no one knows the answer. Trying again...
> Does anyone know the status of the OS X SCPlugin re-write project?

Yes, I have a working copy of the 2.0 re-write. From the logs, it
looks like Chris Pavicich hasn't committed new code since last
December, but his work comes and goes in spurts. I've been
building/testing every few months to check up on the progress, and
answering Chris' API questions. :-)

The re-write isn't finished, nor do I expect it to be ready for real
use any time soon. It's still in the "play around with what's written
so far" stage. There's no knowing when it will be feature-complete.

> I am deploying subversion for a group of OS X users and the project
> pretty much depends on a decent "dumbed-down" OS X GUI for svn.
> SCPlugin seems to have the most promise, but has a few bugs.

Have you discussed the bugs on scplugin's mailing lists? It's a
separate project, after all.

My understanding is that a significant number of people use scplugin
1.0, that it's really quite usable for everyday work. (I won't use it
because it wraps the commandline, and I'm a snob about that. :-) )

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