Re: Getting started with svnClientAdapter
> Hi you all,
> Even if I am pretty much new to Eclipse, Subversion, Java, English and to
> the whole... world, I have to perform an important task. I have to write a
> simple Java application that deeply (and somehow automatically) browses
> Subversion repositories in order to extract development process
> (I am working on some software metrics).
> The first thing I need to ask is if this is the right mailing list or not.
> really hope it is.
> In a previous attempt to put all the things together, I achieved to use
> basic svnClientAdapter features but it was ages ago. Now I am trying to
> build up a project from scratch in Eclipse (WinXP) and the following
> questions rise:
> - *what* do I really need?
You can use svnClientAdapter. You can use either latest released version or
version in repository.
Use javahl interface. Command line interface is not considered stable
anymore (svn output is becoming hard to parse ...).
You can also try http://tmate.org/svn/ (if you don't use file:///
Note that javasvn will be one of the possible interface for svnClientAdapter
Received on Tue Nov 2 20:17:36 2004
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