[PROPOSAL] cvs support in KDE (long)

Christian Loose christian.loose at hamburg.de
Sun Jan 19 17:35:16 GMT 2003

Am Freitag, 17. Januar 2003 19:19 schrieb Christian Loose:
> Am Freitag, 17. Januar 2003 13:54 schrieb Andras Mantia:
> > On 2003. January 17., Friday 14:15, Christian Loose wrote:
> The CVS DCOP service consists of the following three parts:
> 1. CvsService - The main interface to the functionality of the CVS command
> line client. There is one method for each CVS command, e.g. add, checkout,
> commit, etc... The methods assemble the command line arguments, create a
> CvsJob and return a DCOPRef to the job. There is one instance of this
> service for each application instance.
> 2. Repository - This DCOPObject manages the configuration data of the
> current CVS repository like CVS_RSH or the compression level. The data is
> automatically updated when other service instances change it.
> 3. CvsJob - This class represents a cvs job. You can execute and cancel it,
> and you can retrieve the output of the CVS client by connecting to the
> proper DCOP signals. There are two types of jobs. First the non-concurrent
> job which has to run alone like update or import. Second the jobs which can
> run concurrently like log or annotate.
> Note: The DCOP service doesn't offer a GUI!
> Improvements, ideas, corrections are very welcome! Also do you think that a
> DCOP service is a good way to offer this functionality?
> Christian

*bump* :-)

Nobody has any opinions on this or different ideas? Or is everybody going 
through the sources of the cvsservice?

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