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RE: Re: Trying to connect to existing repository module does nothing

From: Johnson, Graham <gjohnson_at_alpineaccess.com>
Date: 2003-11-14 18:37:47 CET

Switching to the alternate 0.8.1 build had no effect on either of these

To answer your questions:

1. I have tried this several ways, including:
        - checking out entire project on Linux command line, then trying
to get project (accessed from Linux machine via Samba mapped drive)
connected to the repository.
        - creating an empty test project on Win2K drive with the same
name as a repository project and connecting it to the repository without
doing any checkout beforehand.
Both of these do same thing (Share Project dialog closes without doing

2. Here is the simplest set of steps that I have tried:
a. Create a new empty repository on Linux command line with svnadmin
(in place where running Apache server is set up to find it).
b. Check out that repository to a working directory on Linux command
c. Create/add/check in an empty "test" directory at the root of the
repository on Linux command line.
d. Create a simple project named "test" in Eclipse.
e. Attempt to share project in Eclipse. Doesn't do anything or give
any errors (reproducing my first problem).

With these steps, I don't reproduce my second problem (PROPFIND error)
by checking in a simple test file on Linux command line and opening it
from Eclipse SVN Repository view. Apparently the repository has to be
more complex for that to happen. I should mention that the repository
that I get the PROPFIND error on is a very large one created with

3. The Linux machine is running 0.32.1, built from the latest source a
couple of days ago, running through Apache httpd 2.0.48.

4. No errors in Error Log view or in SVN Console.

5. JNI mode.

Presumably, when I click "Yes" to that dialog, it actually does
something and fails without reporting what it is doing or why, as
opposed to not trying to do anything. If so, can it be made more

Graham Johnson
-----Original Message-----
From: McClain Looney [mailto:m@loonsoft.com] 
Sent: Thursday, November 13, 2003 9:00 PM
To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Subject: Re: Trying to connect to existing repository module does
I have thus far had no problems sharing existing projects on linux.  
Mark Proctor built the build you are using, and may be able to assist  
you further/verify this bug.  For now, try to provide more detail which
may help us reproduce your problem:
1. how did you check it out originally (commandline i assume)
2. exactly what steps in what order can be taken to reproduce this  
3. exactly what version of subversion is on your local system?
4. any output from the "errors" view (window->open view->other->pdt  
5. are you using the commandline wrapper mode or the jni mode?
p.s. there's another windows build at  
McClain Looney
On Nov 13, 2003, at 5:52 PM, Johnson, Graham wrote:
> I am running into problems with Subclipse preventing me from getting
> anywhere with it.  This is a 0.32.1 svn repository running on Linux
> Apache, Eclipse 3.0M4 running on Win2K, and Subclipse 0.8.1 (Windows
> build for M4 downloaded from McClain at http://www.loonsoft.com/).
> I am trying to connect my Eclipse project to an existing repository.
> When I try to share my project, I get as far as the dialog "Module
> '[module name]' already exists remotely.  Would you like to
> your local project with the existing remote module?".  When I click
> "Yes", the dialog closes immediately with nothing appearing to happen.
> The project is still not shared, there is no error in the error log,  
> and
> the only output in the SVN Console is what was output when it detected
> that the module "already exists remotely":
> list -r HEAD http://[url]/svn/repos/trunk
> ***
> list -r HEAD http://[url]/svn/repos/trunk/[module name]
> I am also having another problem that may or may not be related:
> In the SVN Repository view, I can browse the directories of the
> repository location I have set up, but when I try to open a file, I
> output like this:
>   HTTP Path Not Found
> svn: PROPFIND request failed on
> '/svn/repos/!svn/bc/74/trunk/test/db/stored_procedures/ 
> accepting_apps_sa
> ve.sql'
> svn:
> '/svn/repos/!svn/bc/74/trunk/test/db/stored_procedures/ 
> accepting_apps_sa
> ve.sql' path not found
> I'm not sure exactly what it is trying to do, because it doesn't list
> command line it is trying.  If I go to the linux machine and do an
> proplist with the equivalent (I think) path:
> svn proplist
> http://[url]/svn/repos/\!svn/bc/74/trunk/test/db/stored_procedures/ 
> accep
> ting_apps_save.sql
> it doesn't give any errors.
> Any ideas on what is going on?
> --
> Graham Johnson
> gjohnson[at]alpineaccess.com
> Java Software Engineer
> Alpine Access, Golden, CO
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