JSVN is a Java graphical front-end to the Subversion revision control system. It uses the svn CLI instead of JNI for repository access, and includes Ant tasks for accessing Subversion repositories and a plugin for IntelliJ IDEA. It is 100% Java, very small, and very portable.
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Release Notes: This release includes changes required to support Directory Browser table view, fixes minor problems with the parser, adds JSVN logo images and an icon to the repository, and has minor fixes to re-enable deployment within IDEA EAPs. The Diff dialog has been fixed and more options added. There are also numerous refactorings and general code cleanup.
Release Notes: This release includes fixes for a minor bug in the ant checkout task, a bug with running on Windows machines with svn 0.23.0, and an application hang that occurred when the directory specified in the config file no longer existed. This is also the first release to include the new logo.
Release Notes: This release fixes a major problem introduced in release 0.5 where the visual representation of the working copy (the tree view) can get out of sync with the physical working copy. If you are running release 0.5 or 0.5.1, you are strongly urged to upgrade to release 0.6.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where the working copy model was not always completely refreshed after executing some of the commands.
Release Notes: This release includes several minor changes to the UI. The JSVN checkout Ant task has been implemented. Several other Ant tasks now have stubs in the source tree. An implementation of a JSVN plugin for IntelliJ IDEA has also been introduced into the source tree.