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JSVN is a Java graphical front-end to the Subversion revision control system
JSVN is a Java graphical front-end to the Subversion revision control system. JSVN was released as an open source project on 01/14/2003. It is licensed under the Academic Free License version 1.2
The goal of JSVN is to develop a Java Swing client to access and manipulate a Subversion server.JSVN is currently under active development. JSVN is nearly "feature-complete" and is very functional in its present state.
As of release 0.6, JSVN has begun implementing several Ant tasks to provide repository access from within Ant scripts. Additionally, a plugin to integrate JSVN with IntelliJ's IDEA is under development.
Here are some key features of "JSVN":
Ability to connect to a remote Subversion repository
Simple abstraction of Subversion commands
Most Subversion commands are fully implemented (checkout, status, log, info, update, diff, commit, etc.)
All Subversion commands have been stubbed-out
Ability to run commands requiring authentication by the Subversion server
Modeling the Subversion repository for use by JTree component
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