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Re: Javahl client adapter is not available

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2004-12-27 15:34:37 CET

mailinglists1@arcor.de wrote on 12/27/2004 09:21:13 AM:

> I am using Suse Linux 9.2 and try to run Subclipse 0.9.25 with Eclipse
> Subversion 1.1.2 and Subclipse is installed. When I try to add a project
> SVN I get a message that an error ocurred. The Eclipse log states:

On Linux you have to assume responsibility for getting Subversion and the
JavaHL bindings installed correctly. In many cases, your Linux
distribution might only include the Subversion command line, and not the
JavaHL bindings, in which case you have to build them from source
yourself. The bindings are part of Subversion and included in the
standard release tarball. You do something like:

./make javahl
./make install-javahl

This is also described on the Subclipse home page.

The only other issue that you sometimes have to deal with is that the
location that the above libraries are installed is not always on the
search path when Java runs. So even though you have the libraries
installed, Java does not find them. At this point, I am over my head, and
you would be better off using Google. I believe it has something to do
with something called LD_LIBRARY_PATH. FWIW, I do not think this is a
problem on Suse as I believe it all just worked for me on Suse. Debian
seems to be the main one where this is an issue.

You probably just need to build and install the bindings.


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