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Re: Java Version

From: Kevin Galligan <galligan_at_objice.com>
Date: 2002-04-11 17:32:53 CEST

I've been looking into the java port myself, although with much less progress. I'm personally much more interested in a graphical client, or java based clients in general. I'd like to first build some ant tasks, move on to a simple netbeans vcs plugin, and possibly a full client with some powerful views of the repository.
I'm open to help out as well in setting up a solid java version.

As far as just using the jni, or building a full java version, I really don't care. Hopefully the interfaces Alexander was talking about would be good enough to allow plug and play of either.

I had an interesting idea yesterday about using mozilla as the client with some beefed up controls. This might help reuse when building a web-based view of the repository. Anyway...

-Kevin

  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Alexander Mueller
  To: Joaquin Salvachua ; dev@subversion.tigris.org
  Sent: Thursday, April 11, 2002 11:25 AM
  Subject: Re: Java Version

  Joaquin Salvachua wrote:

Hello,I have just discover your project and I think that isa great idea. I was thinking on something similar tobuild CSCW repositories of documents and information,but haven't start it jet. So Is someone
 working on a full Java version ofsubversion?. I think that would possible to buildusing Jakarta infrastructure.
  Hi! I am working on it for quite some time now. But I didnt have enough time during the last two months....
  If you are interested in it take a look at the stuff in subversion/bindings/java/jni. This is the latest code I checked it.
  The link between Java and subversion is built using the Java Native Interface. All of the code has been hand
  coded till now. The next things to do:

    a.. move to automated glue code generation using SWIG
    b.. write Java wrapper classes that hide the glue code (ugly names and so on)
    c.. implement the latest subversion calling interface (a lot of stuff changed during the last months)

I offers myself to try to do java port. Since I am associated professor at Madrid Technicaluniversity I can offer students to collaborate on itfor their Master Thesis. RegardsJoaquin -----
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