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Re: Java Library

From: Mark C. Chu-Carroll <mcc_at_watson.ibm.com>
Date: 2001-07-25 16:55:10 CEST

On 24 Jul 2001 08:27:18 -0700, Brian Behlendorf wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Jul 2001, Alexander Mueller wrote:
> > Some remarks about the design:
> > right now the java/subversion implementation will not be 100% Pure Java.
> > Instead, there will be a JNI layer between the public availabe classes and
> > interfaces and the subversion API libraries. Its not an ideal situation for me
> > but the one with what we will get the fastest results. Maybe later we will be
> > able to implement all of the client side in Java (which should not be a problem,
> > otherwise the designers of the java/subversion library are to blame).
> There's some Java WebDAV code to get you started at
> http://jakarta.apache.org/slide/

One of the members of my group spent some time looking at the
WebDAV support in Slide, and concluded that it was too closely tied to
the underlying Slide content management system.

If you need Java DAV server code for Apache, we've got a barebones DAV
servlet (basically a complete DAV/DeltaV version of the standard
class) which is a good base for extension. I'm reasonably sure that I
can work out a way to clear that little hunk of code for open-source
pretty quickly.

There's also a decent bare-bones DAV servlet (just DAV, no DeltaV)
under the IPL called dav4j at
http://oss.software.ibm.com/developerworks/opensource/dav4j/. It
claims to be for Websphere, but it works under the Tomcat engine
for Apache.


Mark Craig Chu-Carroll,  IBM T.J. Watson Research Center 
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