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Re: scripting support with python bindings

From: Micah Elliott <mde_at_MicahElliott.com>
Date: 2007-11-16 18:06:36 CET

On 2007-11-16 Hartwig, Andreas wrote:

> I would like to write some tools and hooks in Python. I
> installed the SVN Python bindings and checked around a bit. ...
> Now I miss something to read about SVN.core SVN.fs SVN.delta
> and SVN.repos. There are so many classes and methods and I
> don't know how to deal with all that.
> Do you know a good starting point for Python scripting in
> Subversion ?

You might prefer pysvn over the subversion-provided Python
bindings. The best starting point is probably the Programmer's


pysvn's features:

    * Supports all svn client features
    * Supports svn transaction features required to write svn
      pre-commit hooks
    * Easy to learn and use
    * Python like interface
    * Good Documentation and examples
    * No need to understand the Subversion C API

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Received on Fri Nov 16 18:07:26 2007

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