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Re: Using subversion from Java

From: Kevin Williams <kevin_at_bantamtech.com>
Date: 2004-11-23 06:25:40 CET

>> You might try http://tmate.org/svn/.
> Is that actually functional now? And if so, has it undergone extensive
> compatibility testing (since it's a complete reimplementation of svn
> functionality?) I was under the impression that it was still a work in
> progress.

I'm not involved in the project, but it is definitely under heavy
development. I believe (could be wrong) that the developer is using it
as his svn client - self-hosting, so to speak.

> JavaHL, I know, is already functional and used by a number of projects.
> And it's guaranteed compatible, since it's using JNI to call the svn C
> API.

Being a Java enthusiast and C moron, I'm biased. I've been compiling
Subversion on my XP laptop in VS.NET since version 0.17, and I've
*never* gotten the java bindings to compile. The instructions are quite
straight forward and simple, but not simple enough I guess. This library
is a god-send for me.

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