Re: Broken version for Mac OS X?
Has anyone created a .deb of javahl 1.1.3? And if they have would they be
interested in sharing it with me? :)
For some reason the tarball gremlins still hate me.
On Tuesday 15 February 2005 15:37, Mark Phippard wrote:
> Arvid Warnecke <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 02/15/2005 10:32:29
> > I just recognized that the up-to-date version of subclipse does not
> > seem to work for Eclipse on OS X anymore.
> > When I try to open the preferences for SVN in Eclipse I get the message:
> > "Unable to create the selected preferences page.
> > Reason:
> > Plug-in org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.ui was unable to load class
> > org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.ui.preferences.SVNPreferencesPage."
> > Errors like that come up, when I try to change to the SVN Repository
> > View.
> > I tried the plugin on a windows machine and it worked fine. I also
> > tried to add the plugin to a fresh eclipse on OS X, but I still get the
> > same error messages.
> That error message tends to happen when Subclipse cannot instantiate
> either the JavaHL adapter ot the Command Line adapter.
> In the latest Subclipse, we included the latest version of the JavaHL JAR
> file that corresponds to Subversion 1.1.3. My best guess would be that
> you have an older version of Subversion JavaHL library installed so that
> JAR file will not load the library.
> If possible, install Subversion from the Metissian packages.
> Another alternative, would be to replace the version of svnjavahl.jar in
> the Subclipse core plugin, with a version of the JAR suitable for your
> version of JavaHL. You could probably just copy the version of the JAR
> that was installed with the last working version of the plugin.
> You might need to start Eclipse with the -clean option after making that
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