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Re: [Subclipse-dev] unavailable JavaSVN causes NoClassDefFoundError

From: Oliver Niekrenz <oliver_at_niekrenz.de>
Date: 2006-10-17 22:08:16 CEST

> > I just discovered the invaluable "create patch" function of TortoiseSVN:
> Subclipse can also create patches. In either tool if you select a parent
> folder it will create a single patch file with all changes.

Oh, I'm not using subclipse, only svnant and the client adapter lib.
I developed a distributed build system to build my project on several
platforms and use only ant.
BTW: IMHO ant truly is one of the seven plagues!!!

> > The only problem is....I just found out that you updated the two files
> > as well, but different from what I had in mind.
> I said in the previous messages that I had committed changes.

A true race condition. This email arrived after I posted my patch.
Anyway, I'll see how the new stuff works.


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