RE: Re: svnClientAdapter not building due to javasvn dependency
sorry if this is a dumb question, but what do you mean 'look at the
revision number and then extrapolate'? the revision number for what?
could you please provide a more concrete example? my understanding is
that if i know the revision number, i can pull that revision.
unfortunately, i'm not sure how to determine which revision is
associated with any given release.
i'm looking for the general algorigthm to map a release number like
.9.26 to a particular set of source files for the subclipse-3 project.
> > how do i find the source for the 09.2.4
> release? i've taken
> > a look at
> > entAdapter/src/main/org/tigris/subversion/svnclientadapter/
> > but that appears to be missing a large number of files. the source
> > builds but the resulting jar fails to run properly in
> eclipse. possibly
> > i'm not familiar enough with subversion, but my understanding is the
> > tags branch typically contains a branch (?) representing
> some moment in
> > time ..
> Unfortunately, we do not seem to tag svnClientAdapter when we make
> releases. You should just be able to look at the revision
> number of the
> tag and then extrapolate to svnClientAdapter in trunk. The
> between 0.9.24 and HEAD should be fairly minimal.
Received on Sat Feb 5 09:58:24 2005
This is an archived mail posted to the Subclipse Dev