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Re: Subclipse and MacOSX: any ever got this combination to work?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-02-01 16:33:38 CET

"Graham Leggett" <minfrin@sharp.fm> wrote on 02/01/2005 10:22:21 AM:

> I have tried to install (and uninstall and reinstall) subclipse via the
> update feature of eclipse v3.0.1, but no working subclipse results.
> The install completes correctly without any obvious error, however
> choosing "window->preferences->team->svn" results in the following popup
> message:
> "Unable to create the selected preferences page.
> Reason:
> Plug-in org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.ui was unable to load class
> org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.ui.preferences.SVNPreferencesPage"
> Clicking on ok results in the following message being displayed in the
> preferences pane:
> An error has occurred when creating this preference page.
> I tried reinstalling Eclipse v3.0.1 from scratch but it made no
> difference. Has anybody successfully used subclipse on MacOSX before?
> Apart from installing the package, was there any additional pagan ritual
> that had to be completed before subclipse would work?

Did you install this?


Basically, you need to have Subversion and JavaHL bindings properly
installed for Subclipse to work. It sounds like you do not have them
installed. The easiest way to do this on OS X is to just download and run
the above installer.

NOTE: There is a bug when committing on OS X (doesn't always happen). I
am releasing a new version of Subclipse (0.9.26) today that has a fix for


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