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Re: When will Subclipse 0.9.32 be released?

From: Russel Winder <russel_at_russel.org.uk>
Date: 2005-07-20 17:25:36 CEST

On Wed, 2005-07-20 at 11:12 -0400, Mark Phippard wrote:

> Did you report it to the Subversion users@ list. That shouldn't be
> possible.

I'm afraid I didn't -- we were under pressure to finish projects and so
it was easier just to recover the repositories and avoid taking the time
to get suitable data to make a sensible error report. Now I have
upgraded I can't get the data at all and it seems unreasonable to make
claims formally that I cannot substantiate with data.

> Tigris.org is running 1.1.something with BDB data stores.

Do they use the svn+ssh: protocol?

> I assume you were not using file:// to access the repository?

No. Even locally I use svn+ssh from my workstation to my server which
perhaps seems silly as I could just use file: since the filestore is
mounted on the workstation. However it seems safer to always have all
svn commits on the server. In fact I think with BDB this was required
as commits are not possible on NFS mounted BDB stores. With FSFS I
guess I could use the workstation to commit to an NFS mounted store and
so use file: but Subclipse / JavaSVN seems to have a problem with URLs
like file:///home/subversion_repositories/project insisting on
prepending the current directory. It seems easier to just stick with
svn+ssh: which works just fine.

-- 
Russel.
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Received on Thu Jul 21 01:25:36 2005

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