On 12/18/06, Graham Leggett <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Mon, December 18, 2006 4:11 pm, Mark Phippard wrote:
> > Yes, that is still the site. Sometimes this can be caused by proxies
> > cache. Try opening this URL in your browser:
> > http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.0.x/site.xml
> > Hit refresh if the content of the XML does not show the version as 1.0.4
> The site opens up fine - it seems that Subclipse v1.2.x has made things go
> pear shaped. v1.2.x was installed, and then disabled, and now I am trying
> to go back to v1.0.4 (1.2.x forces a subversion v1.4 upgrade, which is not
> compatible with the v1.3.1 client available for MacosX).
> Neither v1.2 nor v1.0 appear in "manage configuration", so I am a bit
> stuck - is there a way to wipe the slate clean and start again without
> reinstalling eclipse from scratch?
I think you are kind of out of luck regardless, as the other site only
includes 1.0.4, which is also a 1.4 client.
Deleting the features and plugins you no longer want and then starting
Eclipse from the command line using the -clean option will usually resolve
any configuration issues.
Received on Mon Dec 18 15:51:51 2006