Do all the Subversion end-users have to use SVNKit Client after Subversion is integrated with FishEye and JIRA?

Our Subversion users currently use TortoiseSVN as the client. After the integration, do all end-users need to switch from TortoiseSVN to SVNKit?

Another question, can be FishEye installed on the same server as JIRA? And can we modify the default port 8060 to something else?

Thank you

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svnkit is a java implementation of svn, as such it only needs to go on the server. It's not an svn client, except maybe for fanatical java types.

It's used for solely for fisheye querying subversion repositories, or jira, if you use the jira-svn integration.

I understand it now, thank you Jamie

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