Svn command line interface was very buggy on Linux. Many svnant junit
tests did not pass. Now all tests pass on Linux.
I corrected it a few days ago and committed my changes today.
However svnant junit tests are not complete so it does not mean that it
will fully work with subclipse.
I will make some other corrections this week if needed.
>On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 12:52:41AM +0800, Carfield Yim wrote:
>>Have anyone successful to use subclipse in Linux? Have try the latest
>>But fail to make eclipse to recoginze these plugins...
>They were made on win32 and somehow, they don't work on Linux. I've
>managed to compile the plugin on Linux but it doesn't work
>very reliable :-(
>For those of you, who want to have a look, I've uploaded the patch
>You need Eclipse 2.1.2 for Linux or you'll have to fix a couple
>1. Get the sources manually via subversion
>2. cd subclipse/subclipse/ui
>3. ant -f build-all.xml zip.plugin
>4. Unpack the resulting org.tigris.subversion.subclipse_0.8.2.zip
> in the same folder which contains your eclipse folder (ie.
> not *inside* the eclipse folder); the paths in that archive begin
> with eclipse/plugins/org.tigris.subversion.subclipse...
>5. Start eclipse again
>6. Open the preferences
>7. Select the pages Team -> SVN
>8. Select "SVN command line (beta)".
>Here are a couple of bugs in which I ran:
>1. The arguments for user and password are wrong. For some reason,
> I get
> --user "digullapwd" --password ""
> instead of
> --user "digulla" --password "pwd"
>2. "Team -> Compare to latest revision" doesn't work
>3. "Commit..." fails with "svn: '...path-of-eclipse...' is not a working copy"
> (I guess that svn is run in the wrong directory).
>4. "svn up" works but after the update, all the revision info is gone
> from the display (revision and date after the filenames).
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Received on Mon Jan 26 10:08:12 2004