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Re: Subversion and VBA

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-11 19:07:37 CET

On 11/10/06, david.jessop@ubs.com <david.jessop@ubs.com> wrote:
> We are moving to use Subversion and one area we'd like to be able to use
> it is in controlling the VBA within Excel. We could just submit the
> whole spreadsheet, but it would be useful to be able to use Subversion
> at the VBA level. Are there any addins that enable this usage?

PushOK has a COM object you can install and use from any COM-aware
environment (including VBA - however, I thought in either Office 2k3
or Office 2K, they switched from VBA to a more WSH-like VBScript
environment?). I tried it myself last winter but wasn't able to work
out how to properly use it. I also can't speak to whether it's keeping
pace with the official Subversion releases.

I have a couple WSH scripts I use with my repository at work, and I
just use the shell objects provided by the WSH environment itself to
call the svn command-line client, then parse the output. The
Subversion tools were designed to generate output that's easily parsed
by both people and machines.

I wonder if it might be possible also to write code that interacts
with the DLLs from TortoiseSVN.

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Received on Sat Nov 11 19:08:28 2006

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