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Re: Pure java subversion library

From: Garrett Rooney <rooneg_at_electricjellyfish.net>
Date: 2004-10-04 17:46:04 CEST

Alexander Kitaev wrote:
> Hello Garrett
>>Have you tried testing on a system other than windows yet?
>>I'm seeing a whole lot of test failures (at least for the
> Please make sure that you've changed javasvn-test/test.properties (that is
> copied from test.template.properties). I just fixed the readme.txt eols, so
> you may checkout source code directly from repository, alter
> test.template.properties to match your configuration and re-run tests (run
> ant test in the root folder). To answer your question - no I never tested
> the library in other environments then Windows XP SP2. I you could manage
> tests to pass on Linux this will be cool.

I've got 5 failures remaining after the readme.txt eol problem is
corrected. The details are as follows:

Two failures in doTestDatedRevision, one for testSVNRepository and one
for testSubSVNRepository. In both cases the assert on line 103 fails,
says it's got 0 instead of 1.

One EOL problem on line 413 of TestSVNWorkspace.java.

Two places where it fails to create a repository for some reason, in
AbstractRepositoryTest. (Once is in the ra_svn tests, once in ra_dav, I

I also haven't tried to make any of the ra_dav tests work at all, but
hopefully I'll get to that at some point soon.

(This is on Mac OS X, by the way)


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