OK, thanks for the clarification. I do not know what causes that, but
hopefully it is a one-time problem. There has been some stuff done in the
preferences so I imagine if they changed how the choice was stored then it
would be lost in the upgrade. It hopefully will not happen again,
however, there is work going on to have a "pure-Java" adapter. When that
gets integrated perhaps the same problem will occur again, but let's hope
FWIW, JavaHL works much better than the CLI. If you can get the library,
I would recommend it.
Chris Beck <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 12/02/2004 10:53:13 AM:
> It is whispered that Mark Phippard was heard, on or about 12/02/04 10:35
> > I don't understand. You said in a previous message that you
> > all of the JavaHL stuff, and I assume you do. For JavaHL to work, it
> > to be able to find the library. You have to get the library from the
> > place you get Subversion CLI. Then, at worst, you might just need to
> > something so that the library is on the search path.
> If I was unclear, I apologize. I do not have javahl installed, I use
> option. If I have 0.9.22 installed and the CLI option button selected,
> everything works just fine. When I upgrade to 0.9.23, the javaHL vs CLI
> option is unset - if I go into the preferences page, neither option is
> selected, however, even though neither radio button is clicked, in fact
> subclipse is trying to use javahl.
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