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 repository. 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 is the obligatory JSVN screenshot:
You can find a screenshot of the working JSVN plugin here.
You can browse the latest source online
You can download a tarball of the source for release 0.8
You can download the jar file for release 0.8 from here.
JSVN requires that you have the Subversion client installed on your local machine.
You can launch JSVN by running the command:
java -jar jsvn-0.8.jar
To point JSVN to an existing working copy, choose
Set from the
Working Copy menu.
Alternatively, you can checkout a copy of JSVN to your local machine by choosing
Checkout from the
Working Copy menu,
http://golpira.homelinux.com/svn/repos/jsvn/trunk/ in the dialog's
URL field and choosing a local directory
for the working copy in the
Working Copy field. Leave the