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Re: javah: finding out the latest version of a repository url

From: Yannick <yannickm_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: 2004-09-23 00:56:08 CEST

My program does a mirror all the commits that were done in the svn repos
into a Dimensions ( which is a joke of a version control system, but
which we have to use ) repository, and also updates the svn repos from
changes made in Dimensions.

The Java API only has one type of API, which I guess is based on the
client one ( see

Ben Collins-Sussman wrote:

> [Please keep the dev@ list cc'd]
> On Sep 22, 2004, at 5:43 PM, Yannick wrote:
>> I'm using the Java Bindings, not the C one
> That's not enough information. I want to know what your program does,
> and what API you're using. There's a client API. There's a network
> API. There's an API for reading the repository directly. At what
> level is your program hooking into Subversion?
> My recollection is that the javahl API is nothing but a port of
> svn_client.h. Is that correct?

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