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Be smarter about finding the JDK on OSX.

Without this change, we'll tend to find original 1.6 JDK on newer
versions of OSX instead of the latest and/or default.

* build/ac-macros/java.m4
  (SVN_FIND_JDK): Check the output of the /usr/libexec/java_home
   program that's the canonical way of locating the JDK on OSX.


git-svn-id: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/subversion/trunk@1675774 13f79535-47bb-0310-9956-ffa450edef68
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build Be smarter about finding the JDK on OSX.
contrib On the pin-externals branch, deprecate the svncopy.pl script.
doc * doc/svn-square.jpg: Copy the logo used by Doxygen from the site tree.
notes Correct the dump-load format documentation: the revprops section is
subversion Fix a really nifty native memory leak in the JavaHL status editor.
tools * tools/dist/release.py
.ycm_extra_conf.py Apply the standard pre-branch whitespace cleanup via
BUGS Fix many of the links pointing to subversion.tigris.org or svn.collab…
CHANGES * CHANGES: Bring 1.9.0 changes up to date with 1.9.x branch.
COMMITTERS COMMITTERS: Change my email address.
INSTALL * INSTALL: Note that BDB is deprecated to discourage usage.
LICENSE On the svn-auth-x509 branch: Synced with trunk to r1613766.
Makefile.in Teach the JavaHL tests to optionally clean up after themselves
NOTICE * NOTICE: Bump copyright year.
README Revert r1242802.
TODO Revert r1659397; it breaks too many buildbots.
aclocal.m4 On the javahl-ra branch:
autogen.sh Following up on r1659509, extend the whitespace cleanup script to inc…
build.conf * build.conf
configure.ac * configure.ac: Don't add -lstdc++ on FreeBSD 10 as it is not needed and
gen-make.py --config-option: Warn when the FILE:SECTION:OPTION combination may be…
get-deps.sh * get-deps.sh: Bump suggested serf version to 1.3.8
win-tests.py * win-tests.py

README

               Subversion, a version control system.
               =====================================

$LastChangedDate$

Contents:

     I. A FEW POINTERS
    II. DOCUMENTATION
   III. PARTICIPATING IN THE SUBVERSION COMMUNITY
    IV. QUICKSTART GUIDE
     V. CONVERTING FROM CVS



I.    A FEW POINTERS

      For an overview of the Subversion project, visit

         http://subversion.apache.org/

      Once you have a Subversion client you can get the latest version
      of the code with the command:

         $ svn co http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/subversion/trunk subversion



II.   DOCUMENTATION

      The main documentation is the Subversion Book - an on-line version
      can be found at:
      
         http://svnbook.red-bean.com/

      It is written in DocBook XML, and the sources can be found at:

         http://svnbook.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/
         
      If you wish to build the documentation from source, read the
      src/en/README file within the book source.



III.  PARTICIPATING IN THE SUBVERSION COMMUNITY

      First, read http://subversion.apache.org/docs/community-guide/
      It describes Subversion coding and log message standards, as well
      as how to join discussion lists.

      Talk on IRC with developers:  irc.freenode.net, channel #svn-dev.

      Read the FAQ:  http://subversion.apache.org/faq.html



IV.   QUICKSTART GUIDE

      See the final section of the first chapter of the Subversion Book.



V.    CONVERTING FROM CVS

      If you're a CVS user trying to move your CVS history over to
      Subversion, then be sure to visit the 'cvs2svn' project:

         http://cvs2svn.tigris.org

      You can get the latest released version of the cvs2svn converter
      from the project downloads area:

         http://cvs2svn.tigris.org/servlets/ProjectDocumentList?folderID=2976

      Please note that the cvs2svn project is a *separate* project from
      Subversion.  If you have problems with cvs2svn or are confused,
      please email the cvs2svn project's mailing lists, not the
      Subversion lists.

      Finally, be sure to see Appendix B in the Subversion Book.  It
      contains a very quick overview of the major differences between
      CVS and Subversion.

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