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Re: Subversion with VB6?

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-11-15 18:57:45 CET

On 11/15/05, Darko Miletic <darko@uvcms.com> wrote:
> Andy Levy wrote:
> > I'm about to roll out Subversion at my company and one of the two
> > applications I'm putting into my repository initially is a VB6 app.
> > Is there a Subversion plugin for VB6 (I think the interface is called
> > SCCC, been a few years since I looked at it last) so that we can
> > integrate our activity with the IDE? Or would we be better off using
> > the regular SVN client, TortoiseSVN, etc. to pull manage the working
> > directory and forget about any VB6/SVN integration
> If you don't mind paying for it there is commercial product called SVN
> plugin. Take a look here:
> http://www.pushok.com/soft_svn.php

Given the amount of VB6 development we have (at least that I'm aware
of), we probably don't want to spend the money on it (even though it's
pretty cheap as development tools go).

> If not you will have to use TortoiseSVN. In fact I think that using
> TortoiseSVN gives you more power than any IDE plugin, but that is
> personal choice.

I was already planning on giving all interested parties TSVN, so no
problem there. The less I need to install on a workstation the better
off we probably are, so I'll just stick with TSVN and pass on the VB6
plugin. Thanks.

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