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Re: general questions

From: Thorsten Schöning <tschoening_at_am-soft.de>
Date: Mon, 10 Sep 2012 22:13:48 +0200

Guten Tag John Maher,
am Montag, 10. September 2012 um 21:31 schrieben Sie:

> The scripts are a good idea, but I was thinking about a gui for the
> client side, kinda like Subversion Edge; basically a wrapper for the
> command line. Even though my first computer didn't have a mouse (or
> hard drive) the gui is the way to go, typing commands is just not the
> future. I may start something to make my job easier. I think HTML
> would benefit the most people. But I need to learn a lot more first.

Don't do that, there are a lot of GUIs for Subversion out there.
Especially if you need to repeat the same task many times, the command
line and scripts are the way to got, because that's what they are made
for. Nobody wants to click the same click paths 44 times through a
GUI, that's why some programs are capable of macros. You should really
think twice if your want to waste your time with building some client
side HTML application with very limited benefit and capabilities. Have
a look at TortoiseSVN and its integration into the Windows Explorer, a
lot of mass editing tasks of whatever are really easy to achieve, as
with normale file operations.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Thorsten Schöning

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