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Re: Java Question

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-01 02:49:10 CEST

"Dan Pozmanter" <dan@siteworx.com> wrote on 07/31/2006 07:03:27 PM:

> I am trying implement some functionality in java I was able to
> implementin python. I have an application running on the same box
> as a svn repository. I would like to perform commits, adds,
> delete, and gets on the data in this repository without
> worrying about working copies or any of that mess.
> What is the current state of java dev for svn? (JavaSVN is not an
> option.) javahl appears to only implement client actions. Is there an
> established way of using swig? I'd like essentially the same
> functionality (ideally api as well) as the python/other language

I would say JavaHL would be the place to start. You do not really say
what you want to do that you cannot. It could be that they can be done,
and if they cannot, we ought to talk about whether they can/should be
added to JavaHL.


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