|Subject:||Re: WinCvs & Python macros|
|Date:||Fri, 14 May 2004 14:12:40 -0400|
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By the way, in the Macros directory under the WinCvs installation is a
file called DocMacros.txt. The first of that file is --|
[OBSOLETE, we don't recommend anymore to write TCL Macros. Instead, useLooking in the PythonLib directory, there are .py and .pyc files - nothing that even remotely resembles an SDK
Paul Levin wrote:Where can I find information on writing macros for WinCvs?Well, let's see. I don't use WinCVS, but my first guess for a web site would be... hmmm... www.wincvs.org? Oh, look at that, it works (don't know if it has what you want, but it's a place to start...). Have you googled on "write wincvs macros"? Oh, look, there's an entry that points to the FAQ, and looks like it talks about writing macros...
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