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How do I know if I'm using JavaSVN?

From: Aadi Deshpande <mailinglists_at_clubmom-inc.com>
Date: 2004-12-27 19:27:24 CET


(apologies if this is not a suitable place to post )

I just tried switching to JavaSVN because

a) I couldn't figure out how to have subclipse load up the javahl
bindings on my installation correctly
b) i figure pure java is probably the better way to go

I followed the directions on the website ( and actually did the replace
of the svnClientAdapter.jar file so as not to load up the native
bindings )

However, I don't see an option for JavaSVN in the preferences dialog.

My config is set to JavaHL, and there's also the option for the
command-line client.

How do I know if I'm using it correctly or if it's just defaulting to
the command-line client?

Received on Tue Dec 28 05:27:24 2004

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