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Re: Subclipse 0.9.33 Released

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-09-13 17:01:04 CEST

Russel Winder <russel@russel.org.uk> wrote on 09/13/2005 10:52:12 AM:

> On Tue, 2005-09-13 at 10:14 -0400, Roberto C. Sanchez wrote:
> > and other Debian packages I maintain. Additionally, I am running
> > (since I no longer have time to mess with testing and unstable in a
> > regular basis), which only currently carries svn 1.1.
> Due to some grave bugs that the Debian testing system has apparently
> picked up in Subversion, 1.2.x has not moved into Testing that is still
> at 1.1.4. For Subclipse up-to-dateness reasons I got 1.2.0 from
> Unstable. As of two days ago with the installation of 1.2.3a in
> Unstable JavaHL is now a Debian package but it did not used to be. So
> it would now be trivial for me to move to using JavaHL -- the problem is
> that now gives me a decision to make to I stick with JavaSVN or move to
> JavaHL. DIther, dither...

This is a bit easier than it used to be. You used to have to decide
whether to replace JavaHL with JavaSVN. Now, they coexist and you just
choose the one you want in your preferences.

If everything is working, I would not change. JavaSVN potentially offers
a couple of advantages over JavaHL:

1) It opens a persistent SSH connection, so performance may be better
when using SSH.

2) It has a better API for us to use when doing Synchronize, so it can
produce the results a lot faster than JavaHL.


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