Just an FYI. I've seen this problem on my linux installation too, to the
point that a right click on a project/package/file results in an exception
in the logs and doesn't open the popup. I've not bothered chasing it up as
it's no important b/c I don't do any development on linux and have just been
waiting to upgrade everything to 1.2, subclipse 0.9.31 and eclipse 3.1.
From: Mark Phippard [mailto:MarkP@softlanding.com]
Sent: Thursday, 14 July 2005 10:05 PM
Subject: Re: non manageable project
"Michael Herger" <email@example.com> wrote on 07/14/2005 06:04:38 AM:
> I've been useing eclipse/subclipse for a few months now to work on
> slimserver (http://www.slimdevices.com). It has been a great help!
> But a few weeks ago it started to somehow loose the link the repository.
> The project would only display "projectname ". I usually could fix
> by removing the project and downloading it again. But since yesterday I
> can't get it to work any more. I can successfully check out every single
> subfolder, but not the main folder
> I've read about an issue with lower-/uppercase, but I've tested all
> and all lowercase. I tried updating subclipse (been using 0.9.25,
> 0.9.31) and eclipse (3.1 M3?, now 3.1 final), running it as root, but
> nothing helped.
> What can I do?
The "case" issue is simply about the value passed to Eclipse for the
workspace path, not matching the file system path. I would assume on a
case-sensitive file system like Linux that this would not even be
The fact that you see the  implies the decorators are being invoked. Is
it possible that you specified to use the url_short decorator? If so,
then the value of url_short is calculated by taking the URL of the path
and subtracting the root URL as defined in the connection. So if the root
URL was defined as http://svn.slimdevices.com/repos/slim/trunk, and that
is also what you checked out, then the value for url_short would be null.
If that is the problem, then just change your repository root to be the
correct value of: http://svn.slimdevices.com/repos/slim
PS - As others pointed out, to use 0.9.31 you need Subversion 1.2. You do
not need JavaSVN.
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