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Simple SVN/CVS-like library in Python?

Hi All,

in our office we work with quite complex input files for a
reservoir simulator. Those files have thousands of keywords, switches,
sub-keywords and whatever. Every time a modification is requested, we
modify the input file and re-run the simulator. Obviously, the
possible modifications are innumerable: so, after few months, we lose
the records of all the changes we made during time and we don't have
anymore a clear history of our work. This can be a problem, as
sometimes it happens that an old input file is requested by
collegues/sub-companies, and it is a pain to retrieve the correct file
and results.
So, I have written a GUI in wxPython that could help us in tracking
the history, but I was wondering if there exists a small and simple
SVN/CVS-like library in Python that may help us in a better way,
storing modifications/changes and showing which input file are the
"children" of (are derived from) another input file (older).
But I am open to all possible suggestions to improve/modify the
software, as this is an area in which my experience is about nothing
above zero.

Thank you very much for every hint.


"Imagination Is The Only Weapon In The War Against Reality."
Feb 7 '07 #1
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