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Aw: Re: Javahl client adapter is not available

From: <mailinglists1_at_arcor.de>
Date: 2004-12-27 17:14:28 CET

Thanks for the info. I do not know how I could overread this in the faqs... anyway meanwhile I chose JavaSVN which leads me to a new problem: When I want to add a project to the subclipse repository I go thru the wizard and after clicking the finish button I get the error:

Version mismatch in 'svn delta': found 1.1.2, expected 1.1.1-dev

I am using Subversion 1.1.2 and Subclipse 0.9.25. Is Subclipse not supposed to work with 1.1.2??


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Von: Mark Phippard <MarkP@softlanding.com>
An: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Datum: 27.12.2004 15:34
Betreff: Re: Javahl client adapter is not available

> 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
> 3.0.
> > Subversion 1.1.2 and Subclipse is installed. When I try to add a project
> to
> > 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.
> Mark
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