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Re: subclipse and eclipse run configuration

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-01-06 15:25:15 CET

"Andy Cutright" <Andy.Cutright@borland.com> wrote on 01/05/2005 05:12:13

> we're developing an eclipse plugin. we're exploring including the
> subclipse plugin as a dependency. i've created a run configuration,
> which works fine for our plugin. however, i can't seem to get the javahl
> libraries/ fragment to initialize properly when invoking the run
> confiuration.
> i'm running on windows, and the javahl client adapater runs fine when i
> simply run eclipse to work on our plugin. i can load the subversion
> repository view, browse repositories, share projects, etc. i don't have
> a subversion client installed, and whenever i run eclipse i see 'command
> line interface not enabled', so i'm absolutely certain i'm using the
> javahl client adapter.
> i believe the javahl plugin/ fragment is being loaded. the 'plugins'
> view lists it, though i don't know enough about eclipse to be certain.
> has anyone run into this sort of issue before? my first thought is it
> has something to do with the enviroment. i've not yet built the javahl
> java libraries to add any debugging/ printing output.
> here's the call i'm making:
> private void svnInit() {
> logger.info("calling getSVNRoot");
> SVNProviderPlugin plugin =
> SVNProviderPlugin.getPlugin();
> SVNClientManager svnClientManager =
> plugin.getSVNClientManager();
> try {
> // this should setup the appropriate client
> thingies ..
> svnClientManager.startup(null);
> logger.info("svn client manager startup ok");
> }
> catch(Exception ex) {
> logger.error("problem starting up svn client
> manager", ex);
> }
> }

Is it possible that when being used this way the start() method in
SVNProviderPlugin is not being called? That contains all of the
initialization code that needs to run.


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