Sometimes you forget all the things to check :)
I read that JavaSVN wasn't needed from tmate anymore, but when I got
the error I decided to try it anyway. For some reason completely
forgot to check the config options, I guess since I never had to
touch them before. Changing to JavaSVN (from the default JavaHL)
And yes, using svn+ssh.
I had actually installed the package you suggest for JavaHL thinking
that was it, but it didn't fix the problem so I uninstalled it.
Maybe this is a version problem since I have the 1.1.4 command-line
package from http://metissian.com/projects/macosx/subversion/
installed which works, but switching to JavaHL or Command-line in the
Eclipse->SVN properties give the "Connection Problem" and "Command-
line not available" errors respectively (the former when you try an
operation, the latter just when you select the option).
When I installed v1.2.3 package, I got "javahl library already
loaded" type message in my user log. Maybe if I uninstalled 1.1.4
and re-installed 1.2.3 all this would work?
Anyway, thanks for directing me to the prefs page, feel like a dope
for not heading there myself :) I'll just run with JavaSVN until I
need to change since that's working.
On Sep 2, 2005, at 8:20 AM, Mark Phippard wrote:
> Colin Madere <email@example.com> wrote on 09/01/2005 05:51:48 PM:
>> I just downloaded the newest Eclipse package (eclipse-SDK-3-1.1-
>> macosx-carbon.tar) for OS X (was just wanting an Ant upgrade due to a
>> bug but couldn't find it packaged as a plug-in to upgrade my existing
>> Eclipse 3.x).
>> From a completely fresh install, I add the subclipse and tmate
>> update sites (as I've done _many_ times before) and run the updater
>> to get Subversion browsing working. Only with all the latest version
>> on OS X with Java 5 installed (not that I have any indication that's
>> a problem), I get this in the console pane of Eclipse when connecting
>> to my repo:
>> Network connection closed unexpectedly
>> svn: Connection closed unexpectedly
>> and in my user log I see this:
>> Permission denied, please try again.
>> Permission denied (publickey,gssapi-with-mic,password).
>> svn from the command line works fine.
>> Any ideas would be appreciated.
> As of Subclipse 0.9.33, you do not need to install JavaSVN, it is
> part of
> Subclipse. You have to go to preferences Team -> SVN to make that
> adapter. That being said, if you are on OS X, and the command line
> then your best option would likely be to use JavaHL. I would suggest
> installing the 1.2.3 package from here:
> If that doesn't work, post back more details. For example, is this
> If so, I think JavaSVN might have made some changes in this area that
> perhaps will cause you to need to alter your configuration
> slightly. That
> probably depends on what version you were using prior to this.
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