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How to Commit to tortoise SVN Using JAVA
I am using tortoise Svn which is not able to commit huge data at a time so i want to split that data into some batches and then commit to svn.
My folder contains lakhs of file and selecting this manually for batches is time consuming as well if i skip a single file it may cause error for my other appication as these files are input to other program and all files are necessary.
can it be possible using java to create groups and commit to SVN.
Re: How to Commit to tortoise SVN Using JAVA
From what I've read, to create a subversion client, you need to use the Apache Portable Runtime (APR) libraries. Again from what I've read, these libraries are written in C and best interface with C. There are also wrappers available via SWIG (Simplified Wrapper and Interface Generator) for Python, Perl and Ruby.
Note that I am no expert on this, far from it, as I'm mainly a subversion user (turtle and subclipse). This seems a useful resource and is the source of most of my information: svnbook
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