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Re: Is there any library for java

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-10-22 16:06:30 CEST

"Kelvin Ekonomi" <kekonomi@hotmail.com> wrote on 10/22/2004 09:57:44 AM:
> >> I am participating in developing a system software for University of
> >>Studies, Bari.
> >> Me and my working group of SERLAB need a java library to realize the
> >> interaction between subversion and our system to create and manage a
> >> repository from the system.
> >> I found svnJavaHL but its a .jar file and i didn't found the .java
> >>or
> >> just some kind of documentation on how to use svnJavaHL.
> >The source for JavaHL is in the main Subversion repository as well as
> >included in the Tarballs. Note that JavaHL makes use of JNI and is a
> >wrapper for the C API.
> >There is a promising pure-Java implementation also being worked on
> >http://tmate.org/svn/
> >Mark
> The jsvn in http://tmate.org/svn/ Have it all the features needed to
> and manage an repository in this version, It seems that they didn't have
> full release.
> I'm not finding where the javaHL *.java files are ??? I have found only
> javaHL.jar file . Can you give me a link from where i can download it.

Is there any way for you to stop sending HTML mail to this list?

JavaHL only has a subset of features as well. I only pointed out the
other library because many Java people are looking and hoping for a Java
solution that does not need the C libraries, as JavaHL does.

I already told you where the JavaHL source is located. It is in the same
repository as the Subversion source code, and I presume it is also in the
Subversion release tarbals.




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