I'm looking into incorporating cvsnt into sharpcvslib as a testbed.
With that in place it will be much easier to rely on a specific repo
Unfortunately nasty things requiring my time keeps popping up.
I hope I can get some time this weekend.
Btw. sounds really impressive what you've done. And very usefull :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerald Evans" <gne@...>
Sent: Monday, March 08, 2004 11:16 PM
Subject: [Sharpcvslib-developers] LogReporter Extension
> A new extension 'LogReporter' has been checked in which parses the output
> from the log command to produce a traversable tree of files and revisions.
> In addition the existing 'ChangeLogReport' extension has been rewriten to
> use this new 'LogReporter' extension.
> Have also added some unit tests for both extensions, but more need to be
> The tests rely on the configuration file to specify a repository in a
> 'known' state. Currently this is
> so if any changes are made in this repository then the tests will break.
> The unit tests also assume that the contents of this repository has been
> checked out before the tests start.
> The new files have been added to the SharpDevelop project files but not to
> the vs.net project files.
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