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Re: [Subclipse-users] Problems with subclipse and New projects

From: Philip G <gp_at_gpcentre.net>
Date: 2007-03-02 20:26:01 CET

On 3/2/07, Mark Phippard <markphip@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
> If you have the full SDK installed, you can open the view Error Log which
> is under the PDE Runtime grouping in the list of views. Otherwise, just
> look at the text file named .log which is stored in the .metadata folder
> inside your workspace.
>

After much deliberation, I found out how to replicate the issue, but I still
cannot figure out /why/ it's happening.

The problem happens when I check out the SVN root, 100% duplicable. When you
select your SVN repository, select the root and hit finish -- nothing
happens. When I select a sub-folder, it works. This isn't going to for since
our SVN repositories are funky like that. Each website has its own
repository, so I have to check out the root.

In the base, I got a prompt saying "You're checking out the root, are you
sure?" and I would hit yes. But now, it doesn't do that. I don't know how to
trouble shoot or debug this, but I at least was able to narrow down as to
exactly the steps required.

I tell ya, I spent hours on this. I used the latest Eclipse, bare, with SVN
and the Web Tools version with SVN with and without PDT.

Strip bare Eclipse, with SVN, I got the "lack of Wizard" error when I tried
to check out an SVN repository from the root. However, it worked when I
selected a sub-folder. I kinda need to the root functionality back.

-- 
Philip
gp@gpcentre.net
http://www.gpcentre.net/
Received on Fri Mar 2 20:26:13 2007

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