Panayiotis Korros wrote:
>I am told that you are the guy that knows about the JAVAHL bindings for
>subversion. I am working on subclipse, the SVN plug in for eclipse.
>Currently I am trying to implement synchronization support. To get it
>working I use the SVNClient.status (svn status -u) method.
>There are some limitations on the information I get from the Status class.
>1. If there is an addition in the repository and the working copy doesn't
>contain the added file/folder then the getNodeKind method returns UNKNOWN so
>I can't determine if the remotely added file is a file or directory.
> Is it possible to add a getRepositoryNokeKind() method?
> Is there another way to get this info?
The problem is, that core subversion libraries fills a svn_wc_status_t
and a svn_wc_entry_t and the node kind in those structures is not set. I
think the only way to fix that, is to file an issue on the subversion
>2. The Status class contains the getRepositoryTextStatus and
>getRepositoryPropsStatus. It would be very usefull if we could add the
> They should be only populated when the onServer parameter is true.
> They could be implemented using the svn_repos_get_committed_info()
>function from svn_repos.h
This information is not contained in the svn_wc_status_t and in the
svn_wc_entry_t structures. The only way to fill these members in either
to do the SVNClientInterface.list calls in the library or the extent the
structures in the core library.
The first option would raise the time needed for the other users of the
onServer flag too much. The second way is the way to go.
> Is there another way to get this information for a file, revision?
For both problems I do not have any idea, if this information is
available in RA-Layer. I have to check with firstname.lastname@example.org.
Received on Mon Aug 2 20:45:58 2004