> I've been using the Netbeans 6.5.1 integrated Subversion client for about a month now along with TortoiseSVN 1.5.9. I've been successfully checking out my repositories into the NetBeansProjects folder using TortoiseSVN and then using the Netbeans subversion plug-in to commit/update my repository.
> I decided to upgrade TortoiseSVN from 1.5.9 to 1.6.0. Now when I check out projects into my NetBeansProjects folder with TortoiseSVN, the integrated Subversion client in Netbeans fails to recognize the files my repository. When I try to commit my files with the Netbeans subversion plug-in, Netbeans says:
> "SVN command returned with the following error: It seems that files you are working with were created with an unsupported client version. Please check out your files again with SVN client 1.3.0 or later."
You should not mix incompatible svn client versions on the same
working copy. TSVN 1.6.0 is built using the subversion 1.6 libraries,
and these use a newer working copy format. The previous version
(1.5.9) was built against subversion 1.5.x using the previous working
Until a newer version of Netbeans is available, also built against the
newer subversion libraries, you should stick with TSVN 1.5.9
P.S.: The error message is misleading, because in this case a newer
client was used to create the working copy and the error message
assumes it was done using an older version.
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Received on 2009-04-08 07:34:50 CEST