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Re: [Subclipse-dev] unavailable JavaSVN causes NoClassDefFoundError

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-10-17 21:42:55 CEST

"Oliver Niekrenz" <oliver@niekrenz.de> wrote on 10/17/2006 03:31:45 PM:

> No, I was talking about URL->WC which does need a revision for the
> whereas WC->WC does not need one.
> But both cases result in a call to copy(String, String) right now
without a
> revision.
> Therefore I would like to extend the function with a revision which
would be
> null for a WC->WC copy.

At least at the adapter level this is not true. Here is the
CmdLineClientAdapter method for URL -> WC copy:

public void copy(SVNUrl srcUrl, File destPath, SVNRevision revision)
        throws SVNClientException {
        try {
                _cmd.copy(toString(srcUrl), toString(destPath), null,
        } catch (CmdLineException e) {
                throw SVNClientException.wrapException(e);

It clearly takes a revision argument and passes it along to the command
line method. If svnAnt does not use this method then the next change
needs to happen in that code.


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Received on Tue Oct 17 21:43:33 2006

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