Mark Phippard wrote:
> Brian Black <BlackBsd@Mountain.net> wrote on 09/14/2005 04:37:11 PM:
>> i have been trying to get subclipse to work for me now for quite some
>>time with no luck. Below is my system configuration
>> *Eclipse3.1 SDK (eclipse-SDK-3.1-linux-gtk.tar.gz)
>> *Gentoo Linux
>> *svn 1.1.3 compiled Jul 14 2005, 10:21:17
>> *Subclipse (site.0.9.34.zip)
>> (got that from the website. but also the using the instructions in
>>which i go through the update site gives me the same problem.)
> Subclipse 0.9.31+ requires svn 1.2+ on the client. However, as long as
> you use JavaSVN for your adapter, that should not be a problem.
> Nonetheless, the stack trace you provided is exactly the error you get
> when using JavaHL and it is a 1.1.x version of the JavaHL library that is
> The JavaSVN adapter internally attempts to load the JavaHL adapter in
> order to support some of the adapter methods that it cannot support (but
> which Subclipse doesn't use). All I can think of is that this exception
> is causing the JavaSVN adapter to not operate. Try removing/renaming the
> JavaHL library so that it is not even found, and see what that gets you.
> Of course, updating it to Subversion 1.2.3 would be another option.
> If that solves it please reply back so I can try to recreate the problem
> and fix the exception handling in the JavaSVN adapter.
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just to reply to the email. just by renaming the JavaHL lib, I can now
view kde's svn site or any svn site for that matter, so that seemed to
work. i have also tried to checkout something,(kdebase), and it worked
as well. right now i cannot get svn 1.2.3 because it is currently
blocked in gentoo right now so when it becomes stable in their software
tree i will upgrade.
thanx for the assistance.
Received on Thu Sep 15 07:53:16 2005