Georg-W. Koltermann wrote:
>Am Mittwoch, den 11.05.2005, 13:54 +0100 schrieb Ian Knight:
>>Just wonder if anyone has managed to get this working with the latest
>I have eclipse-3.0.1_4 compiled from ports a few weeks ago.
>>Just updated to a new pc, so a fresh install of freebsd 5.3, cvsup'ed
>>latest tree, found eclipse marked as broken so rolled back a few
>>and redone ports.
>>Eclipse now installed fine. - subclipse however i cant even access
>>preferences page. (tried as user and as root)
>I installed subclipse online from the update site.
>I first tried with JavaSVN, but that has a couple problems (too slow on
>large repositories, sometimes NPE when opening history, if I checkout
>symlinks I get short text files instead).
>Then I rebuilt apache2 with threads enabled (had to hack the Makefile,
>add --enable-threads=yes to configure flags). This was needed because
>subversion below wants to reference the Apache APR, and when building
>the Java binding I do need thread support.
>Then I rebuilt subversion-perl with WITH_MOD_DAV_SVN=yes WITH_BOOK=yes
>WITH_JAVA=yes (and of course I had to remove the comment marks from the
>Java definitions in the subversion Makefile).
>Works fine for me. Since yesterday, actually, so not too much
Thanks - currently reupdating the system again - as i decided to go for
a fresh install again just incase i messed something up the first time
Will definitly try that method, the main issue with the latest port tree
is that eclipse port has been marked as broken - so its a pain from step
I can get eclipse running without issues it was the subclipse that for
some reasons not playing friendly at all - the annoying thing is i had
all this working 100% and decided i wanted to update the pc with new
stuff so having to start all over again!!!
Received on Thu May 12 05:28:31 2005