[cvsnt] CVS Server Side Reporting Tools?
fabio.dalfonso at fabiodalfonso.com
Mon Nov 17 10:19:39 GMT 2008
just to say that after I originally asked this question , I made some research and implemented a box with the bugzilla/bonsai/lxr solution from mozilla.org.
Also it can be better sized for large sparsed groups I think it can be a good solution to have a server side look at the repository (bonsai/lxr).
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From: Tony Hoyle <tony.hoyle at march-hare.com>
Sent: Monday, November 17, 2008 3:57 AM
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Subject: Re: [cvsnt] CVS Server Side Reporting Tools?
Arthur Barrett wrote:
> I've threatened for years to write a 'C' layer on top of the existing
> API (meaning a laywe without the need for pointers to functions and
> structures), and I've only avoided it because noone was really showing
> any interest in using the API. If I wasn't so busy right now with EVS
> (and Suite and CVSNT) I'd spend a couple of days on it right now so that
> Bo has something to work with.
It's a lot more than a couple of days work.. most of the API is C++ and
has all sorts of dependencies.
You would be better off with a COM API which would work with anything,
at least on Win32. I tried to get swig (www.swig.org) to work but it
doesn't support enough of C++ to use our headers unmodified (that was
some months ago though, and I tried it on evs which is a much more
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