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[Fwd: ANNOUNCE: wxCvs available at sourceforge.]

From: Brendan J Simon
Subject: [Fwd: ANNOUNCE: wxCvs available at sourceforge.]
Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2000 11:06:45 +1100

Brendan J Simon wrote:

> I have finally put my wxCvs project on  The web page is
> but there is currently nothing there at the
> moment.  I hope to update it sometime soon.
> It is written in wxPython for rapid(ish) development and it is my intent
> that most of the controls/widgets will get ported back to C++ and
> contributed to wxWindows and then appropriate wrappers contributed to
> wxPython.  Hopefully this will not cause any synchronisation problems
> but we'll cross that bridge when the time comes.
> It is released under the wxWindows license.  Oops !!!  I've just
> remembered that I haven't included the wxWindows license header in the
> source code.  I'll do that soon.
> At the moment it is only the GUI frontend and does not perform any CVS
> functionality with a CVS repository.  It does however display the CVS
> details of your local sandbox (just for that warm fuzzy feeling).  I
> hope to start integrating the CVS functionality soon.  I was thinking of
> linking into a CVS library (static or shared) like WinCvs does but I
> think that might be in the too hard basket for now so I think I'll just
> call out to a command line version of CVS (unless anyone persuades me
> otherwise).
> If anyone is keen to help out then let me know.  Please let me know of
> any features you would like or any suggestions for better coding,
> particularly for better code maintenance.  You can get the current code
> from cvs by doing the following.
> $ cd <your-favourite-temp-directory>
> $ cvs -d :pserver:address@hidden:/cvsroot/wxcvs
> login
> (No password is required so just press the enter key when prompted for
> the password)
> $ cvs -d :pserver:address@hidden:/cvsroot/wxcvs
> checkout wxCvs
> $ cd wxCvs/src
> $ python
> * Remember : You need to have installed wxWindows, python and the python
> bindings to wxWindows (ie. wxPython).
> Enjoy and let me know any feedback (positive or negative)
> Brendan Simon.

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