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Re: java and subversion

From: CÚdric Chabanois <cchabanois_at_ifrance.com>
Date: 2003-04-13 21:37:14 CEST

Concerning the JNI bindings, I used the only one that worked when I
started ant tasks for subversion and now eclipse plugin.
I am not the author of this JNI binding.
All I want is one that works. Which one should I use then ? Which one is
the "official" JNI bindings for subversion ?
I can participate but things are not very clear on this subject ...

And if this one is not on repository, I will not be able to share my

Concerning 2), I don't really agree ... This ant task is a bit specific
as it uses JNI and needs (for windows) : jsvn.dll (for JNI bindings) and
You can see on http://ant.apache.org/external.html that specific tasks
are often external and are not on ant repository

CÚdric Chabanois

>> Hi
>> 1)
>> Svnup and my java projects use the same jni interface to use
>> subversion. I think that the jni interface, which is completely
>> independant from the rest of svnup, should be separated from svnup so
>> that it can be used for other projects as well (like mine).
>> I send a mail to svnup author (patrick Mayweg) and he agreed.
>> I think it should be greet to integrate it to svn repository and to
>> nominate it as the jni-binding for svn. Patrick Mayweg said me that he
>> is willing to maintain it.
>> I also made many modifications to this jni interface (jsvn ?), and I
>> think it would help if I could share these modifications with Patrick
>> and others.
> How many JNI bindings for Subversion do we have now? There are the
> (largely aborted?) hand-written ones in our repo, the SWIG-Java bindings
> in our repo, and this.
> Somehow I get the feeling that the Java people aren't being very
> efficient here.
>> 2) I also made some ant tasks using jsvn.
>> I think that it would be great to integrate it to svn repository too.
> I think they'd fit better in the Ant reposiutory, not the Subversion
> repository.

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