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[ANN] JavaSVN 1.0.2

From: Alexander Kitaev <alex_at_tmate.org>
Date: 2006-01-16 19:31:14 CET

Hello All,

JavaSVN 1.0.2 is published and available for download at
Eclipse plugin may be installed from update site (use
"http://tmate.org/svn/" as update site location).

Changes from version 1.0.1:

New features:

- Full support of the new Subversion 1.3.0 features.
- Basic support for SSH 'keyboard-interactive' authentication method.
- Faster delta generation and processing code.
- Commit and Export examples simplified (these examples demonstrates
low-level API usage).
- Bugfixes.

API Improvements:

- Error codes, categories and error messages hierarchy classes now
  used instead of plain String objects.
- SSL client certificate interactive prompt support.
- Utility API classes to genereta operatios output in XML format added.
- Utility API classes to simplify delta generation and processing.
- JavaHL API from Subversion 1.3.0 included.
- Some new methods added to conform native SVN 1.3.0 changes.

Note: Some of the API changes are not binary compatible with the JavaSVN
1.0.1 API.
These changes includes:

  * Usage of String type for error messages is replaced with SVNErrorMessage
  * ISVNFileRevisionHanlder callback interface changed.
  * All callback interfaces methods now declared as throwing SVNException.

Roadmap for the next versions of JavaSVN:

Version 1.1.0

- Support for "file" protocol (for "fsfs" type of Subversion repositories)
(in progress).
- Extend API with the confirmation callbacks to allow "smarter" handling of
obstructed update errors.
- Keep all error messages in properties files, thus allowing i18n of the
library messages.

Alexander Kitaev,
TMate Software,

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