> If I remember well, we don't load the libraries just to do extra checks.
> The problem is that (on windows), we deliver the dlls in
> But if we only loaded libsvnjavahl-1, other dlls (libapr ...) would be
> loaded by windows. And windows would not find these dlls because they
> are not in the path (or in current directory, or in the directory of the
> executable (java.exe or eclipse.exe, I don't know) )
That makes sense. I always wondered how and why it found those DLL's.
I wonder if I could change the exception handling for those libraries so
that it doesn't disable JavaHL unless it cannot load the JavaHL DLL. Right
now, for me, it would fail because the BerkeleyDB DLL is not found, but I
have JavaHL compiled such that it doesn't need it.
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