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SvnClientAdapter problem

From: Gonzalez Diaz, Xoan <G2485_at_caixagalicia.es>
Date: 2007-11-13 13:54:19 CET

Hi again,


I am not sure if this is the correct place to this message. Perhaps subclipse list ...

Following a Mark's suggestion I am trying to use svnClientAdapter instead Javhl directly.


The situation is as follows:

- Subversion 1.4.5 with Apache 2.2.6 on Windows XP.

- APR_ICONV_PATH variable renamed to APR_ICONV1_PATH , because, in the past, I had installed Apache 1.X. and that caused my Subclipse to crash.

- I was able to invoke javahl using C#. Previously I converted svnjavahl.jar to a svnjavahl.dll (using ikvm).

-So, I have converted now svnclientadapter.jar (from the last version of subclipse) to a svnclientadapter.dll, as I made for svnjavahl.


Now I am trying to access svnClientAdater with the following code:

using org.tigris.subversion.javahl;

using org.tigris.subversion.svnclientadapter;

using org.tigris.subversion.svnclientadapter.javahl;




                  ISVNClientAdapter client = null;




                  String bestClientType = SVNClientAdapterFactory.getPreferredSVNClientType();

                  client = SVNClientAdapterFactory.createSVNClient (bestClientType);


So, when I execute setup method of JhlClientAdapterFactory the following exception is thrown:


Javahl client adapter is not available


I guess that, for some reason, it is not able to locate svnclientadapter.dll or perhaps some conflict between different svnjavahl.dll

Googling a bit only shows similar problems using directly Eclipse.


Any ideas??



Thanks in advance




 Xoan González Díaz

 Área de Arquitectura EE. FF.


 E-mail: g2485 (at) caixagalicia.es <mailto:%20g2485@caixagalicia.es>
   xoan.gonzalez (at) tecnocom.es <mailto:xoan.gonzalez@tecnocom.es>



Received on Tue Nov 13 13:54:28 2007

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