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Java & Subversion - Another approach

From: David Golpira <golpira_at_alternatecomputing.com>
Date: 2003-05-03 03:25:28 CEST

Back in early January I announced the JSVN project to this list.

Since then, JSVN has grown into a nearly feature-complete Java GUI
front-end to a Subversion repository.

JSVN does not interact with the repository via JNI. Instead, it uses
the CLI to communicate with the repository. As such, it a very simple,
light-weight, and portable solution that has been proven to run on
Linux, Windows and MacOS X.

Work has been done to integrate JSVN with Idea:

Additionally, work has begun on creating several Ant tasks (checkout is
currently implemented).

If you are interested in learning more about JSVN, please visit:

David Golpira <golpira@alternatecomputing.com>
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Received on Sat May 3 03:26:34 2003

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