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Re: Announcement: JSVN - a java subversion client

From: <golpira_at_alternatecomputing.com>
Date: 2003-01-22 18:55:47 CET


Right now I an just wrapping the command-line client. This isn't my
favorite implementation, but it works for now. If / when the Swig
binding appear to be more functional, then I'll make the switch.

JSVN was open-sourced last week. Please visit
http://www.alternatecomputing.com/jsvn/index.php3 for more information.


On Wed, 2003-01-22 at 12:41, Daniel Rall wrote:
 On Mon, 13 Jan 2003, David Golpira wrote:
  I've been developing JSVN, a java front-end to subversion. The client
  is not yet feature complete, however is it functional.
  I'm looking for Java developers who would like to contribute to the
  project. If you would like to get involved, please contact me at the
  email address below.
 As the JNI/SWIG bindings are still in progress, are you wrapping the
 command-line binary? I'd be very interested in looking at your interfaces,
 as I'm still trying to decide on the right granularity and best mapping to
 the Subversion C data types (1 to 1, 1 to N, etc.). The Java interfaces in
 Alexander's original hand-coded JNI bindings seem like a good starting
 place, but no longer map very closely to the C data structures.
 - Dan

David Golpira golpira@alternatecomputing.com
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