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Re: Using subversion from Java

From: Chris Rose <offby1_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2004-11-23 14:30:35 CET

On Mon, 22 Nov 2004 22:25:40 -0700, Kevin Williams <kevin@bantamtech.com> wrote:
> >> 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.

The problem is, so is subversion, and if the core project continues to
break backwards compatibility with each point release (okay, I
exaggerate slightly when referring to the client side) then it's going
to be really hard to have a parallel implementation of the client
functionality. Witness even the eclipse svn plugin -- Last time I
looked it was still out of date.

Chris R.
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