Alex <email@example.com> wrote on 06/30/2005
> Thanks for your reply Mark.
> After a few attempts, strangely the Subclipse project downloaded via the
> Eclipse update and installed. I have no idea why it worked that time
> and on none of the other attempts. I have now got it installed but when
> I try and change view to the SVN repository view Eclipse says it cannot
> show work bench layout and only displays the editor.
> When I try team synchronizing and syncronise with the repository that is
> already setup (it recognises one of the old projects as a SVN project in
> the workbench when i had Subclipse almost working properly :) ) It give
> me the error i got with M7 on syncronize.
> Error getting status for resource P/Stepping Stone
> Not Implemented Yet
This means you do not have JavaHL. The command line adapter does not
support Synchrnonize. The best option is to get JavaHL installed. At the
time I did it, there was not a Subversion 1.2.0 Debian package available
that contained JavaHL. If you can find one, then go ahead and install it.
Otherwise, you are going to have to build from source. Fortunately, it
is very easy.
On Ubuntu I just downloaded and unpacked the Subversion 1.2.0 tarball.
Then did something like this:
./configure --enable-ssl --enable-javahl --with-jdk=$JAVA_HOME
That builds and installs Subversion and JavaHL. There is one more step
you need to do. By default when you run Eclipse the Java JNI calls will
not find the JavaHL library. I just created a simple shell script to
launch Eclipse that fixes this.
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