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RE: Java Question

From: Dan Pozmanter <dan_at_siteworx.com>
Date: 2006-08-01 03:36:22 CEST

You can do all of these with the c api, as well as with the mildly higher level
bindings for python, perl and ruby. It is especially nifty being
able to do a bunch of operations at once...

I saw a thread a while back on using swig to generate a java api as well,
perhaps that would be the best path to pursue?

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Phippard [mailto:markp@softlanding.com]
Sent: Mon 7/31/2006 9:30 PM
To: dev@subversion.tigris.org
Cc: Dan Pozmanter
Subject: RE: Java Question
"Dan Pozmanter" <dan@siteworx.com> wrote on 07/31/2006 09:16:33 PM:

> Hi Mark,
> I would like to be able to read and write from a local repository
> withoout having to bother with working copies.
> so:
> begin transaction
> write file(s)
> commit
> or:
> getLog
> getNode
> that kind of thing. Direct repository actions.
> Is there a way to do this with javahl?

I didn't mean to move this to the Subclipse dev@ list. So moving back.

JavaHL does not allow you to write files without a working copy, unless
you count import. It can run log, info, cat and ls directly. Also, copy,
move, delete.

I did not realize that Subversion even let you do a commit with a working
copy. Can it commit a change that way? One thing I would like to do in
Subclipse with JavaHL is several repository actions in one commit. Such
as create many directories with one commit, or move many files.

Received on Tue Aug 1 03:38:03 2006

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