On 3/23/07, Simon.Pearson@warwick.ac.uk <Simon.Pearson@warwick.ac.uk> wrote:
> I am running JDK 1.6.0 and JRE 1.6.0. I am using eclipse version 3.2.2
> and Subclipse 1.0.x (since I keep getting errors when trying to install
> Subclipse 1.2.x). Can anyone offer any advice/suggestions on how to solve
> this problem so I can checkout the code from the repository?
All of this level of code resides in the client interface you are using
(JavaHL or SVNKit). SVNKit uses the JRE for http and SSL which is why
upgrading can sometimes help. JavaHL is using the same native code as the
command line (Neon and OpenSSL). You do not say which you are using. If
you have both interfaces available, try switching to the other.
There is also a pretty decent chance the problem lives at SourceForge. They
have had problems with their SVN repositories in the past.
Unfortunately, this is not something we can fix in Subclipse. All we can do
is give you pointers like the one above. If the problem exists in JavaHL,
then it should also exist using the command line to checkout. You could try
using the command line and then report it on the Subversion users@ list. If
the problem only exists with SVNKit, you could send information to
Received on Fri Mar 23 15:33:15 2007