I'm on MacOSX 10.3.5. I installed subclipse through the update manager,
as described on the website. Sure enough, it killed Eclipse instantly,
because it didn't find the needed shared libraries in /sw/lib/*.
We are currently evaluating switching to subversion. As I don't want to
force all our developers to go through this whole process of setting up
fink, I just used the available subversion packages from
http://metissian.com/projects/macosx/subversion. I used the 1.0.6
package, which includes a libsvnjavahl.jnilib.
- On the website, it doesn't say that you need the fink subversion
package installed, or otherwise it will crash Eclipse. This is a rather
- Why is there a libsvnjavahl.jnilib included with subclipse anyway? To
fix my problem, I just removed the one from subclipse, and it now
happily uses the one that the metissian package installed. Everything
is working fine. I would think that the libsvnjavahl.jnilib should be
part of the subversion installation, I guess the fink svn-javahl also
installs one. So at least an option would be nice to install without
Otherwise, everything is working fine so far.
When you use C++, your objects can't hear you scream.
Received on Thu Aug 19 17:38:36 2004
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