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Re: JavaSVN status

From: Carfield Yim <carfield_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-27 19:48:19 CEST

Checkout and build successfully. However, if I try to setup the
repository and try to checkout at ecliipse, it keep asking me what is
the username and password, Use "anonymous" is not ok.

Just wonder generally how can I checkout something from subclipse as

On 6/27/05, Alexander Kitaev <alex@tmate.org> wrote:
> Hello All,
> There were not many news on JavaSVN after Subclipse 0.9.31 release, which is JavaSVN not compatible with. However, JavaSVN project was not suspended, nor abandoned and there is a lot of changes has been done in the codebase - actually, part of the JavaSVN that is repsponsible for working copy related operations was completely rewritten (and still under development) and a lot of fixes were done in lower-lever protocol part.
> We're, at TMate Software, already using Subclipse 0.9.31 + JavaSVN and it works stable. However, its API is not yet frozen, documentation is not completed, some performance optimizations still have to be done, and thus some more time is needed to make a release (it will be 1.0-RC1).
> This missing parts has no effect on Subclipse users, and those of you who would like to use JavaSVN with the latest version of Subclipse, and have an ability and desire to build the JavaSVN Subclipse Extension from sources, could start using it now.
> For detailed instructions on how to build JavaSVN Subclipse Extension from source code, please visit http://tmate.org/svn/build.html page. Tagged version (0.9.0.alpha) that you have to check out is located at
> Of course there could be new bugs in JavaSVN and old ones that are not fixed yet. Please do not hesitate to report them to JavaSVN tracker (http://tmate.org/tracker/).
> Some notes:
> - JavaSVN 0.9.0.alpha is Subversion 1.2 compatible.
> - JavaSVN 0.9.0.alpha uses default subversion configuration and auth cache, so put your proxy, autprops and global ignore settings to subversion config file.
> - Though JavaSVN uses subversion auth cache it doesn't yet support RSA encryption to store/fetch cached passwords (that is used by native subversion on windows), so passwords are always stored unencrypted.
> - JavaSVN 0.9.0.alpha pass all relevant Subversion 1.2 command line python tests, with both svn and DAV protocols (previous version did not pass :)).
> Alexander Kitaev,
> TMate Software,
> http://tmatesoft.com/
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Received on Tue Jun 28 03:48:19 2005

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