I am trying to get Subclipse up and running on SuSE 9.0.
I installed Subversion RPMs from SuSE's projects/apache/subversion
and also installed Subclipse via the update site.
The subversion-devel package seems to contain the JavaHL library,
however not a dynamically linked version:
In Window/Preferences/Team/SVN Subclipse complains: "Javahl interface is
available. Check your environment." Is it because the dynamic (.so)
of JavaHL is required? If so, it would be nice if the documentation
mentioned it. Does it mean that I have to recompile Subversion just to get
it working? If so, the SuSE RPMs are pretty much useless as far as
is concerned, which also might be worth mentioning in the "Why does
only support Windows?" FAQ (even better would be an explanation of the
way of installing it under Linux).
I also tried the beta command-line client interface (no good: "Synchronize
Repository" does not work, throws an exception concerning an unimplemented
and the JavaSVN client interface (no good: after checking out a project,
it does not appear to be under version control at all).
As a side note, the link to "javahl" from the FAQ on
is misleading. It makes an impression that JavaHL is something that you
download, compile and install without trouble by following this link,
not true. As has been pointed out on this list recently, there is no
available (however, there is a confusing README which talks about make
and JavaHL must be downloaded as part of Subversion. The FAQ should make
Best regards -
Received on Tue Apr 12 19:34:11 2005