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===Is Subversion client in version 1.7 supported?===
===Is Subversion client in version 1.7 supported?===
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In NetBeans 7.1 and older Subversion 1.7 is not fully supported.
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NetBeans 7.1 and older supports Subversion 1.7 only through '''commandline''' client.
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====Supported Subversion Clients====
NetBeans IDE can use three different implementations of the subversion client.
NetBeans IDE can use three different implementations of the subversion client.
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* The default and recommended implementation is a JavaHL binding, a java API built on top of the subversion client in the form of shared libraries (*.dll on Windows, *.so on Linux). We currently support this client only in version 1.6. [[FaqSvnJavahl]]
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* The default and recommended implementation is a JavaHL binding, a java API built on top of the subversion client in the form of shared libraries (*.dll on Windows, *.so on Linux). We currently support this client only in version 1.6 that is able to work with working copies in version 1.6 and older. [[FaqSvnJavahl]]
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* If JavaHL is not available, we automatically switch to a pure java implementation of subversion client called [[http://svnkit.com/ SvnKit]] that is always available because it is bundled directly as part of a NetBeans installation.
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* If JavaHL is not available, we automatically switch to a pure java implementation of subversion client called [[http://svnkit.com/ SvnKit]] that is always available because it is bundled directly as part of a NetBeans installation. We bundled SvnKit in version 1.6 which works only with working copies in versions up to 1.6.
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* The third client NetBeans can work with is the commandline client. However support for this client is outdated, we stopped supporting it when we started bundling the SvnKit. It means that certain recently implemented Subversion actions in the IDE will not work with this kind of client and the IDE might run slower because of performance issues consequent on running Subversion commands as external processes.
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* The third client NetBeans can work with is the commandline client. However support for this client is outdated, we stopped supporting it when we started bundling the SvnKit. It means that certain recently implemented Subversion actions in the IDE will not work with this kind of client and the IDE might run slower because of performance issues consequent on running Subversion commands as external processes. We support this client in all versions from 1.5 including 1.7.
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More information about implementing the 1.7 support can be found on [http://netbeans.org/projects/versioncontrol/pages/Subversion1_7 wiki]
More information about implementing the 1.7 support can be found on [http://netbeans.org/projects/versioncontrol/pages/Subversion1_7 wiki]

Revision as of 11:42, 3 February 2012

Is Subversion client in version 1.7 supported?

NetBeans 7.1 and older supports Subversion 1.7 only through commandline client.

Supported Subversion Clients

NetBeans IDE can use three different implementations of the subversion client.

  • The default and recommended implementation is a JavaHL binding, a java API built on top of the subversion client in the form of shared libraries (*.dll on Windows, *.so on Linux). We currently support this client only in version 1.6 that is able to work with working copies in version 1.6 and older. FaqSvnJavahl
  • If JavaHL is not available, we automatically switch to a pure java implementation of subversion client called [SvnKit] that is always available because it is bundled directly as part of a NetBeans installation. We bundled SvnKit in version 1.6 which works only with working copies in versions up to 1.6.
  • The third client NetBeans can work with is the commandline client. However support for this client is outdated, we stopped supporting it when we started bundling the SvnKit. It means that certain recently implemented Subversion actions in the IDE will not work with this kind of client and the IDE might run slower because of performance issues consequent on running Subversion commands as external processes. We support this client in all versions from 1.5 including 1.7.

====Opening More information about implementing the 1.7 support can be found on wiki

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