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ssl works

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2003-10-31 02:42:56 CET

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Greetings all,

I hacked svnclientadapter in the subclipse-3 branch to accept the https url
scheme, and voila, https is supported. keep in mind, --with-ssl is required
when building svn itself.

in other good news, libjavahl and javahl.jar now compile cleanly from svn
0.32.1 sources. thank god, that was a mess!

i've also updated the subclipse-3 branch to svn 0.32.1.

I also would like to address the issue of the svn repo organization, it seems
a bit non-intuitive to me at the moment. i might just be slow, but i'd much
rather copy one dir to make a tag of the entire subclipse code base, instead
of copying around 3 (and now 4 with my native fragment projects) dirs into
various locations. does anyone else agree?

I'd like to release a new subclipse-3 version soon if nobody objects.

Regards,

- --
McClain Looney
LoonSoft LLC
m@loonsoft.com

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