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Re: any working Visual Studio 2005 SCC providers?

From: Toby Johnson <toby_at_etjohnson.us>
Date: 2005-12-21 15:34:11 CET

Rev. Steve Klett wrote:
> I have been trying to find a add-in for visual studio that supports
> subversion. I saw on the tigris site there are some links, but one of
> them doesn't supprt 2005 yet and the other appears to be a dead
> project. So... anyone out there developing one? Using one?\
There has historically been little community interest in developing such
a thing because (a) until very recently, the Non Disclosure Agreement
required to get the API prevented open-source development, and (b) the
Microsoft SCC methodology is very centered around file locking, which is
at odds with the Subversion copy-modify-merge concept.

We had some developers who were also concerned about the lack of VS
integration at first, but once they started using TortoiseSVN they never
really looked back. They now prefer to do source control operations from
within Explorer because the TSVN functionality is so much more than an
SCC provider can do.

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Received on Sun Dec 25 00:52:24 2005

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