firstname.lastname@example.org wrote on 12/27/2004 11:14:28 AM:
> Thanks for the info. I do not know how I could overread this in the
> anyway meanwhile I chose JavaSVN which leads me to a new problem: When I
> to add a project to the subclipse repository I go thru the wizard and
> clicking the finish button I get the error:
> Version mismatch in 'svn delta': found 1.1.2, expected 1.1.1-dev
> I am using Subversion 1.1.2 and Subclipse 0.9.25. Is Subclipse not
> to work with 1.1.2??
That sounds like the sort of check that Subversion does itself within its
libraries. In theory, you should not be using those if you have JavaSVN
So it sounds like you have two problems:
1) You might have a mismatch of Subversion libraries currently installed.
This would be a problem for JavaHL as well as likely the command line
2) JavaSVN is not installed correctly.
It is also possible that your preferences within Eclipse are using the
Command Line adapter due to the problems with JavaHL. Now that I think
about it, I recall bringing this up in the past. Subclipse tries to load
the JavaHL library and if it cannot it uses the command line adapter. This
means that it is not possible to use JavaSVN unless JavaHL is also
available. This of course also defeats the purpose of using it in the
So I think what is happening is that Subclipse is falling back to the
Subversion CLI and you have some problems with that on your system. It
sounds like you have a mix if 1.1.2 and nightly builds installed.
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Received on Tue Dec 28 03:34:17 2004