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Re: SVN com objects

From: Gary Lusso <lussog_at_msn.com>
Date: 2005-04-06 17:29:02 CEST

Either way, I would like to make a contribution so Intersystems Cache Studio
can have a open source source control option.
This would benefit a huge group, including the Veterans Admin and the
WorldVista project.
I'll be working in Boston this weeknend with them on this.

I wondering if I shouldn't work with the TortoiseSVN group?

Here is a screen shot of what I have so far withing Studio.


>From: Mark Parker <mark@msdhub.com>
>To: Scott Palmer <scott.palmer@2connected.org>
>CC: Subversion Users <users@subversion.tigris.org>
>Subject: Re: SVN com objects
>Date: Tue, 05 Apr 2005 09:19:36 -0600
>Scott Palmer wrote:
>>I think .Net specific bindings would be useful to even less people than
>>straight COM. I believe the typical COM stuff is still well supported in
>>.Net, but not having done .Net and no desire to start, I don't know for
>Honestly, I think that the MOST useful thing that could be done
>bindings-wise on win32 is to teach the build process to spit out .dll files
>for the svn libraries. Pretty much any development environment on Windows
>can make calls to .dll libraries.
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