0.5.5 - Feb 3, 2008
FIX - Fixed MANY issues with repositories that were upgraded from
pre-1.3.0 versions of Subversion.
NEW - Added classes to represent Hook scripts.
NEW - Created a class hiearchy to represent properties in files
This is the latest version of SVNManagerLib
I've created a free utility to backup repositories using the "svnadmin dump" command. I'm using SVNManagerLib to power this utility. Go get it here:
I'm also creating a commercial application to manage Subversion servers. You can take a look at this here:
.NET 1.1 is no longer supported.
0.5.0 - June 7, 2007
NEW - Moved the library completely to .NET 2.0. .NET 1.1 will
not be supported anymore.
NEW - Added ExecuteWritesToDiskSvnCommand() to support commands
that write to disk.
UPDATE - Repository dump functionality has been tested and works
UPDATE - Removed anything related with creating admin users.
0.4.9 - Feb 13, 2007
UPDATE - Changed the DumpArgs struct. Removed all of the boolean values
since I realized that they were not needed. This also means, that
the code is not doing validation for correct ranges. It assumes
that a correctly formed revision range is passed in.
UPDATE - Finished the Repository Dump functionality.
New version released today. Mostly finishing the repository hot copy functionality. Also added a new class to represent files and folders in repositories. This class will eventually load the Subversion properties assigned to the specific file or folder.
SharpForge at https://sourceforge.net/projects/sharpforge/ is using SVNManagerLib to handle Subversion repository management duties.
Read this thread to see comments about SVNManagerLib: http://www.projxpert.com/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?PageIndex=2&PostID=8999
I'm building a commercial product on top of SVNManagerLib. You can check it out here:
http://painlesssvn.com I'm also using this project to add features to SVNManagerLib.
If there are others using this, please post in the forums. Thanks!
Work has been started on a MMC 3.0 snapin that uses SVNManagerLib. This will be a commercial product, but I'm going to release a lite version for free. I'll post more info as it becomes available.
A new version of this library has been released. The WinForm UI has been updated as well. The nice and pretty UI (the one in light blue) will probably be made into a commercial product.
I have just released an update to the source. Also updated the Windows UI, and added help files in CHM and HTML formats.
The new Windows UI is ready for download. We currently only have the binaries for downloads. This UI needs .NET 2.0 in order to run. This package contains everything you need to run.
The new UI for Windows is not in the downloads yet. Daisuke needed to clean up his code before he wanted to commited to the project. I've been reminding him about it. We will post a notice when this is ready for download.
Our massive talented UI expert, Daisuke, has create a new Winforms UI. He uploaded a screenshoot for the rest of us to drool over.
We have moved our repository over to the SourceForge server. The new URL is https://svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/svnmanagerlib
Please do your updates and commites from there, from now on.
We've just released a new version for your use. This adds the ability to create new repositories. Please read the new History.txt file in the zip file for more information.
I have created a Subversion repository for those people that don't want to wait for new downloads to get posted. Point your favorite Subversion client to:
There are test GUIs for Windows, OS X, and Linux (using Glade).
Please welcome DarkMercenary to the team. He will be helping in making sure that the code runs on non-Windows operating systems.
We are trying to make the code compatible with non Windows OS. A friend of mine is helping me with this goal. He create a flash movie with his MacOS X test UI. Here is the URL:
The first release starts at 0.3.0. I was working on this previously, and already had some source ready. The next release will include a simple UI to test the library with. It's already coded, I just need to change the namespaces.