On 12/18/06, Graham Leggett <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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).
It occurs to me that this, and what I said, is not completely true. On OS
X, you are in control of the JavaHL libraries that are provided. If you
have the SVN 1.3.1 client installed, and you use JavaHL, then that is the
version that would be used. Regardless of which Subclipse version you use.
But if you use SVNKit, then you will be using a 1.4 client.
So I'd recommend using 1.1.9 with JavaHL.
Received on Mon Dec 18 15:54:19 2006