ANN: IPython 0.6.4 is out.

Jeremy Jones zanesdad at bellsouth.net
Wed Nov 10 14:18:28 CET 2004


Fernando Perez wrote:

>Robert Kern wrote:
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>>Fernando Perez wrote:
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>>>Thanks!  That is indeed my intention, so I'll probably follow your advice. 
>>>But will this mean that unsuspecting souls using CVS will get HEAD
>>>automatically? If that's the case, I'll add a nice warning about HEAD
>>>becoming _really_
>>>unstable for a while, so I don't burn anyone.  So far HEAD has been the
>>>place for users to get cutting-edge bugfixes, so at least I should warn them
>>>that this may change in the future.
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>>You could also leave CVS HEAD as it is and hop on the SVN bandwagon for
>>the new version.
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>>Come on! You know you want to!
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>Mmh.  I've thought about it.  The problem is that I'm addicted to Cervisia
>(KDE's CVS gui), esp. to its super-clean graphical diff interface.  And SVN
>support in cervisia is not there yet, unfortunately.  Suggestions?
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Sounds like you need to get off of that dinosaur of an operating system 
you're running and move to something a little more modern.  Like Windows 
XP.  That way, you can use TortoiseSVN.  :-)

All joking aside, I've found that TortoiseSVN (<blush> yes, on Windows) 
is actually a pretty good tool.  I do all of my real work on my Linux 
station, then when I get ready to commit (or what have you), I go to my 
Windows box, look at the Samba network share, and use Tortoise.

I just checked and there is a decent-looking-at-first-glance GUI tool 
available for SVN called RapidSVN.  I downloaded it for Linux, but, 
alas, it requires wxWindows and I don't have that installed and 
configured on that box just yet.  So, I installed it on (<blush> again) 
Windows and it doesn't look too bad.  I think I'll spend some time today 
and get RapidSVN running on my Linux box as I would love to be able to 
do everything from one place.

So, if you're thinking about SVN, you may want to take a peek at Rapid 
(http://rapidsvn.tigris.org/).  AFAICT, this is the only GUI client that 
will work on Linux that is being actively developed.  Found a couple of 
projects on SourceForge, but nothing looks alive.

Jeremy Jones
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