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RE: Building javahl

From: William Ferguson <william.ferguson_at_hubbub.com.au>
Date: 2005-04-08 01:50:04 CEST

Thanks for all the responses.

No, I wasn't aware that there were javahl binaries available for download.
I downloaded what I thought was the complete distribution, but it didn't
include the javahl libs.

As to the suggestions to look at JavaSVN instead of javahl.
JavaSVN appears to provide an implementation of javahl as well as providing
its own interface. Is that correct? If so, is the implementation of javahl
complete and what are the benenfits of using the JavaSVN interface vs the
javahl interface?


-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Phippard [mailto:MarkP@softlanding.com]
Sent: Thursday, 7 April 2005 10:10 PM
To: William Ferguson
Cc: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Building javahl

William Ferguson <william.ferguson@hubbub.com.au> wrote on 04/07/2005
12:54:13 AM:

> I'm interesting in building the SubVersion javahl libraries so my Java
> client can talk to a remote SubVersion repository (svnserve not Apache
> but being a Java developer in a win2k environment I'm having a great
deal of
> trouble getting even close to building the SubVersion source.
> I've checked out the 1.1.3 source (as that is our current server), but
> move to 1.1.4 if it helps.
> I've spent the last 24 hours reading the documentation that comes with
> SubVersion source, and haven't found a list of instructions for building
> what I need. Could someone please help me out?

Are you aware that there is a binary available for download?



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