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

From: Yannick Menager <yannickm_at_fastmail.fm>
Date: 2004-09-23 22:05:21 CEST

Well, it's *almost* what i need. Problem is it lists the _children_ of a
directory, and not the directory itself. I would have to adquire the
parent, list everything... etc... but even then it wouldn't work if i
was trying to get the root of the repository ( http://svn.somewhere.com/
for example ).

Patrick Mayweg wrote:
> 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 )
> Patrick

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Received on Thu Sep 23 22:05:52 2004

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