Thank you very much :-D. Your list of plugins was what helped me. I missed the adapter for javahl.
If you do not mind I'd like to create a FAQ entry using your text and propose it be added to the FAQ.
What is the best way to submit a new FAQ entry?
> It seems like you did not install an adaptor. Because if you did,
> then they should show up in the drop-down and in worst case with a
> "Not available" next to them. For the dropd-won to be empty means the
> plugins are either not installed or not loading. Could the JVM you
> are using be a problem?
> So here is what you need from an Eclipse "feature" perspective:
> Must have:
> SVN Client Adapter
> Must have at least one of:
> JavaHL Adapter
> SVNKit Adapter
> If SVNKit Adapter is to be used, must have:
> SVNKit Library
> It looks like you have already done the right steps to use JavaHL (in
> terms of providing the native library). But either you did not
> install the JavaHL Adapter plugin or it is failing to load for some
> reason. There have been people in the past that could not use the gcj
> JVM, I am not sure if JRocket has problems or not. There is nothing
> weird about these plugins that would make me suspect a JVM would have
> problems, I just know gcj always had problems in the past.
> Have you done Help > About and then clicked on Configuration Details
> to see if your eclipse.ini settings "took". If you specify any
> command line options to the launcher it does not process the
> Hope this helps
> Mark Phippard
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Received on 2008-12-17 16:28:38 CET