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Re: Developing Java Client?

From: <files_at_poetryunlimited.com>
Date: 2003-10-22 00:07:50 CEST

Just out of curiosity, would the javahl-bindings in the javahl package
serve your needs? I think it's a java-high-level client library. Not sure
about the internals. You'd have to talk to Patrick Mayweg and others.

> So, at any rate, I would be interested in building a 100% pure Java client
> library for interfacing with subversion. Notice I said client library and
> not a
> command line tool per-se. My interest is in binding the integration
> between
> subversion and Java IDEs such as eclipse (an specifically eclipse).

Or are you talking about a complete Java implementation from the ground up?

> However, for
> the start I would probably re-implement the client side command line
> program as
> the "prototype" implementation of the library. I really wish to design a
> componetized library that can be used wherever so ANY C code in the
> library is
> out of the question.

I'm a little unsure of the implications of reimplementing SVN in another
language. I'm sure others of more knowledge in this area will answer you

Guess I'm just not getting the whole "native in java is better" concept.

You'll have to excuse my ignorance on that point. My two cents. I concede
the will of the experts.

Shamim Islam

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Received on Wed Oct 22 00:08:38 2003

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