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

From: Patrick Mayweg <mayweg_at_qint.de>
Date: 2004-09-23 15:47:54 CEST

Hi Yannick

Yannick Menager wrote:

>I'm working on a svn synchronization application, using javah. However there
>does not seem to be an API to get the latest version of a directory in the
>repository, without doing a checkout first :( which is bad because i need to do
>all my operations remotely without having to checkout the whole tree.
I think you use the javahl language binding. Did you try the
SVNClientInterface.list method? That should tell you the last revision
of a directory.

>I am missing something, or if I am not, is there any reason why the API is not
>there ( if there isn't, i'll go add a RFE )

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