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Re: Newbie problems

From: Arnout Standaert <arnout.standaert_at_student.kuleuven.ac.be>
Date: 2004-02-26 13:30:15 CET

Daniel Bradby wrote:

> This ordinal error seems to be quite common lately. Take a look at some
> previous posts about old .dlls in other places on your system. Usually
> in the system32 directory under your Windows install. Look for the .dlls
> that are packaged with Subclipse and see if you can find other version
> of them on anywhere on your hard drive and specifically on your path.

Great advice, there were indeed different dll files in my
WINNT\system32 folder, I suppose originating from TSVN.

> Fix that up and if your problem still exists with discarding a repos
> then log it as an issue.

No need to, apparently :-) Subclipse is now functioning as it should,
also the Repo view updating is correct now.

Something else:
I have my .classpath and .project files also committed to the
repository for my Eclipse projects. Now, when I use "Check out as...",
the checkout fails. This is because first a new project is created
(with .classpath and .project files), and then the checkout proceeds.
Of course, the checkout refuses to overwrite the existing .classpath
and .project files and stops at that point, leaving the project empty.

Maybe I just should get these files out of the repository?

Finally, something not really related: has anyone noticed that the
tigris.org mailing list search engine doesn't function correctly? When
I search for "ordinal" in the email bodies of the Subclipse users
list, I get no results. However, there are (as I have noticed now)
several postings containing that text...

Just thought I would mention this, and by t

Received on Thu Feb 26 23:30:15 2004

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