have a look at svnkit
2009/4/21 Tom Potts <karaken12_at_gmail.com>:
> Hi, all. I've got a bit of a complicated problem, and not much of an idea
> where to get started, so please bear with me if this is a bit vague.
> The situation I have is a software project which maintains its own indexed
> system (effectively a filesystem, though it appears as a directory with some
> files inside). What I want to do is be able to add individual items within
> these indexed systems to a Subversion repository, as if they were regular
> files. The way I envisioned this working was with a custom Subversion
> client that could read the indexed systems natively, and then use the
> standard API.
> Alternatively, if I could 'fool' the standard client into thinking that the
> indexed systems were (in some way) regular directories with regular files in
> them, that would work too, with the caveat that the .svn directory should
> really go somewhere else.
> The trouble with both these approaches is that I don't really know where to
> start. I've taken a look at chapter 8 in the Book, and I've downloaded and
> compiled the minimal_client example, so I think I'm happy with how to write
> my own client. The bit I don't know about is how to get the API to read and
> write the 'files' through my own routines, rather than natively through the
> If anyone has any thoughts on this, no matter how vague or seemingly
> off-topic, please reply -- I really need a jumping-off point to get going
> with. :o)
> Tom Potts
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