Published 2005-04-19 19:12:46

*UPDATE* the source is now in

That itch just got to much today, and I started on libsvn bindings for PHP. With a few hints from the subversion mailing list, I now have 3 commands working


It's a long way from being completed, but, it's quite nice to see how easy it was to get this far..
This one's php4 friendly, so you can try it out by downloading from the subversion server @

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Here's to more scratching!

This is great news! I knew you had this on your TODO list, and I was just thinking a few days ago "I sure hope Alan finds time to work on this ..."

Please let me know if there is anything I can do to help, test, etc. I'll install on my local machine and start working awareness of the extension into PEAR::VersionControl_SVN.

Go Alan, Go Alan!

#0 - Clay Loveless ( Link) on 2005-04-19 20:36:23 Delete Comment
build script?
how are you supposed to build this monster? is there no yum install, etc??
#1 - Tony ( Link) on 2009-05-21 06:42:04 Delete Comment

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