Thanks Mark - for the prompt and useful reply.
Well, we have been using SVNKit but we want to start using
SVNClientAdapter / JavaHL becuase of some license issues with svnkit.
I have been looking at the javadoc for the SVNClientAdapter (with JavaHL)
and I also tried very simeple operations like checkout and commit (using a
As a next step, I am trying to directly access the SVN repository and add
a file to the server (without adding it to my working copy and committing
I am not sure what is the equivalent of the SVNRepository class of SVNKit
Is there one?
Or is there an equivalent of the Repositroy object (or something like
ISVNEditor), in JavaHL ?
Is the SVNAdmin class (as in org.tigris.subversion.javahl.SVNAdmin)
something like the SVNRepository?
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10/29/2008 02:40 PM
Fw: SVNClientAdapter: JAVAHL vs. CommandLine
Hello Subclipse Users/Developers,
I am new to this group and this is my first request for information.
I was going through the SVNClientAdapter project and I had the following
1) What are the advantages / disadvantages of using JavaHL vs. CmdLine
client when using the SVNClientAdapter API ?
2) Are they mutually exclusive? In other words, can I just stick with
using one of these clients and achieve all SVN functionality?
3) Is it true that JavaHL can only be used with Windows platforms? If yes,
can the CmdLine client be used across different platforms?
Any insight will be greatly appreciated.
Received on 2008-10-29 22:16:59 CET