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Re: How to show the "svn diff" output graphically in context of a directory tree

From: Carsten Koch <Carsten.Koch_at_icem.com>
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2008 20:27:12 +0200

Avner Moshkovitz wrote:
> I am not familiar with Python. My development language is C++.
> Would this matter, or I can use the pysvn as a generic svn tool for my C++ development as well?

It does not matter.
You can use the pysvn workbench program without knowing any Python.
The pysvn workbench program is a Python program that uses the
pysvn and wxPython toolkits to interface with svn and to display
the GUI. You do not have to do any programming to use workbench.

> I guess you have the option to tie a graphical diff program (e.g. kdiff3) to pysvn.

Yes. pysvn workbench has a preferences menu that allows
you to specify which program to use for graphical diff.
You can also use vrious built-in diff viewers.

> Do you know if a similar approach is possible with kdesvn? (i.e. define a graphical diff program to kdesvn)

I am using pysvn workbench. I have no experience with kdesvn.


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