> I'm new to subclipse and subversion so please pardon my newbieness. I
> got the server running with apache2 and authentication and I can log in
> and browse the repository with http://localhost/svn/sim/trunk/ but I'm
> not sure about creating a repository location in eclipse. What is the
> root url? If I put in the url and http://localhost/svn as the root url
> (tried it with /sim too) it adds the location but then if I try to
> expand it nothing shows up. Thanks for your help in advance. :)
No messages at all? Go into Eclipse preferences, then navigate to Team ->
SVN -> Console. Turn on the Console options. Then back in the
perspective, do Window -> Show View -> Other and select the Console view
from the Basic grouping.
Just a few other items:
Get the command line client if you do not have it. Try running the svn ls
command. If this works:
svn ls http://localhost/svn
then that should work in Subclipse. A web browser is not an adequate test
in all cases because it does not use the DAV methods.
Finally, you typed http:// but is that the real URL? There are problems
using Subclipse with https:// that are solved by first using the command
line client and running the svn ls command and then accepting the digitial
Showing the console view in Eclipse will probably help a lot.
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Received on Thu Jan 20 12:13:24 2005