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Re: Is svnjavahl.dll supposed to be compilable?

From: Patrick Mayweg <mayweg_at_qint.de>
Date: 2003-11-28 16:13:27 CET

Hi Patrick,

Rusk, Patrick wrote:

>Patrick (great name, btw),
>
>
>
>>Which version did you try to compile? HEAD should compile but
>>has some missing libraries. I will commit a new dsp-file over
>>the weekend. 0.33.1 will not, but you download a compiled version
>>from svnup.tigris.org.
>>
>>
>
> I checked out HEAD this morning and tried it. Subversion compiled
>fine. Then I went into subversion/bindings/java/javahl/native and opened
>the .dsw file in there. When I tried building it, I encountered the
>following:
>
>1) One of the Java files doesn't compile because of a typo where it tries to
>use "avac" instead of "javac".
>
I knew that.

>
>2) One of the .cpp files had a compile error trying to pass a function
>pointer that did not have the right signature.
>
I did not had that problem, when last compiled it on linux before my
last checkin. That was 2-3 days ago.

>
>3) The Neon library and a library providing XML methods are not included. I
>found them once before when doing this, but didn't have time this morning.
>
I knew that.

>
> I'm sorry my information is sketchy here, but I'm at work now, and
>all of this was at home.
>
The information is fine. I will take care of the problems saturday
morning MET.

>
>
>
>>RapidSvn does not use Javahl (AFAIK):
>>
>>
>
> I'm a bit confused on that point. Some doc suggests that it
>compiles against SVNClientAdapter because it's better than javahl, but that
>in turn appears to me to be dependent upon javahl. At the very least, when
>you get the latest RapidSVN source, it includes a svnjavahl.dll and .jar.
>
> Do you ever try to build RapidSVN? I suppose that's a question for
>another list.
>
I did build RapidSVN when it was based on C++ and WxWindows not java. I
did not notice that it was moved to a java implementation. My classes
are inspired my the classes used my RapidSVN.

>
>
>
>>I am working on the sub-tree. Unfortunately I do miss sometimes
>>changes in subversion which need changes in javahl.
>>
>>
>
> It would be handy if the top-level Subversion .dsw included the
>javahl .dsp so that someone making changes to the main body of code can at
>least know if they're breaking javahl.
>
> Thanks for you help.
>
>Patrick Rusk
>
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