C# library for Subversion

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    Just wanted to inform a few people/communities that I visit about a project I'm working on with a friend of mine. Hopefully anyone that uses Subversion in the .NET world would be interested. Essentially we're building an open source library for the Subversion command line applications. We just released 0.1.0 and are looking for bug reports and enhancement requests. We know it's very very very incomplete but you've got to start somewhere! Check it out: http://compiledmonkey.com/2007/05/31/introducing-dotnetsvn/

    Thanks. :)
     
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    Come on, at least tell me the code sucks! :big grin:

    I'm surprised we don't have more Subversion nuts here like me. :)
     
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    I'm an svn user, but not for windows. OSx here through svnX (using subversion) or using Eclipse SubClipse.

    There is a windows svn client called Tortoise SVN.

    But keep yup the good work :) Is it going to integrate with VS?
     
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    I love Tortoise and use it everyday, along with VisualSVN. Both are great. What some people don't like about Tortoise is the fact that it's a shell extension. It can be very convenient, or it can be very intrusive; depending on who you are and what your tastes are.

    I'm hoping our benefit can be in the way it's a library and not a specific implementation. Sure, we'd like to make a plug-in or a standalone Windows app using the .netSVN library, but that's not our primary goal right now. First, we need to make a solid library that exposes Subversion's powerful command line as managed code for developers to use.
     
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    Cool. Sounds like you've got a great unique spin on an existing product! :bigthumb:
     
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    What do you think of it? I've never seen that one.
     
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