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 Java CVS Client
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These pages are the home of a CVS client library, written in Java. Full source code is available for the library. The source is hosted as part of the Netbeans open source project.
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JavaSVN is a pure Java Subversion client library. You would like to use JavaSVN when you need to access or modify Subversion repository from your Java application, be it a standalone program, plugin or web application. Being a pure Java program, JavaSVN doesn't need any additional configuration or native binaries to work on any OS that runs Java. On this site you will also find instructions on how to make existing programs use JavaSVN instead of native javahl bindings.
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Subclipse is an Eclipse plugin that adds Subversion integration to the Eclipse IDE. Subclipse is licensed under the terms of the Common Public License (CPL) 1.0.

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TMate is a combined IntelliJ IDEA plugin and web application that helps you work smarter and more efficiently with your CVS and/or Subversion repositories. It leverages IntelliJ IDEA's built-in version control support (including file Diffing) to improve the efficiency of your teamwork through increased awareness of changes in your repository.
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