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Re: [Subclipse-users] Programmatic usage of Subclipse

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-08-19 00:27:25 CEST

"Cain, Tom" <tcain@solekai.com> wrote on 08/18/2006 05:21:47 PM:

> We are developing an Eclipse plugin and have the need to access SVN
> programmatically. We can download and use JavaSVN directly, but we
> expect that the user would already have Subclipse installed. We
> would like to use Subclipse APIs instead of JavaSVN APIs mainly so
> that we get the same progress dialogs, authentication dialogs, etc,
> when invoking SVN actions.
> I noticed that v1.0.3 of Subclipse publishes an interface,
> ISVNClientAdapter, however 1.1.5 does not seem to. Does Subclipse 1.
> 1.x provide any APIs for invoking SVN actions programmatically?

It should still be there in 1.1.5. That is essentially how our UI plugin
has access to it. The plugins changed to the Eclipse 3.2-style packaging
which might have something to do with your problems. You should be able
to get it working though.


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