About compiling subclipse, there is a pdf guide avalaible in the document
area of sublipse's home page:
Please, let us know if you will be successful, I'm waiting too for the new
release: I'm using subclipse 0.8.1 linked against 0.31.1, while my
subversion server is 0.33.1 :(
Da: Aaron Optimizer Digulla [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Inviato: venerd́ 23 gennaio 2004 8.21
Oggetto: subclipse and subversion 0.35.1
Since subclipse doesn't work with the new version of subversion
and there is a fix in the repository, I was wondering when we
can expect a new release?
And one more thing: I tried to compile subclipse and failed
miserably after about four hours.
A short summary:
- How do I open subclipse in Eclipse? When I create a new plugin,
then I get an empty plugin project. When I open it as java project,
it cannot find any of the four plugins org.eclipse.ui, org.apache.xerces,
org.eclipse.core.resources or org.eclipse.team.core.
When I try to add them in the PDE editor, I cannot select any plugins
in the dialog after clicking on "Add..."
- When I use the .classpath from the subversion repository,
then I can compile subclipse but I cannot start it (I get a small
popup window and then nothing).
- Since I'm using Linux, downloading the files from the update
site doesn't work (it seems that they are for win32 only despite
the fact that they contain a command line interface).
- After fixing all the paths and win32 dependencies in
build.xml, I get this error when compile with ant and
incompatible; both define
members(org.eclipse.core.runtime.IProgressMonitor), but with different
[javac] if (resources[i] instanceof
ISVNRepositoryLocation) return false;
ersion/subclipse/ui/preferences/SVNDecoratorPreferencesPage.java uses or
overrides a deprecated API.
[javac] Note: Recompile with -deprecation for details.
[javac] 1 error
I tried to fix that but I'm unable to find where members() with just
one argument is defined and without being able to open the
project in eclipse, it's almost impossible to see throug the
complex forest of interface dependencies.
Aaron "Optimizer" Digulla a.k.a. Philmann Dark
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