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Re: javahl - why would, or wouldn't I need it?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-02-06 15:30:27 CET

Steve Cohen <scohen@javactivity.org> wrote on 02/06/2005 08:51:21 AM:
> I have found the source of all this weirdness - it was the cancerous
> Eclipse plugin MyEclipse, which I had installed and which had made
> changes all up and down my eclipse configuration that I neither asked
> for nor wanted. Yes, it adds a few useful editors, but at the cost of a

> vastly increased memory footprint and making all sorts of undocumented
> changes to Eclipse, making it something other than what it is supposed
> to be. It violates, in my opinion, the idea of a plugin - which should
> do one thing and do it well. In the case of subversion, it was forcing
> me to install subversion into the myeclipse configuration, not into the
> eclipse configuration where subeclipse-0.9.22 had been and still was
> installed.
> I have now gotten rid of MyEclipse, and reinstalled subeclipse-0.9.27,
> which, indeed, as your instructions indicated, tells me that javahl is
> not installed.

Are you going to try to build javahl? Let us know how that goes, you will
definitely see a performance boost.

I think you said you are an Apache committer, right? If so, then you
should not try to use JavaSVN at the moment and should stick with JavaHL.
The former has problems connecting to some https:// servers, including
Apache.org and tigris.org. The problem is in the JDK SSL code that
JavaSVN uses, and I do not believe a definitive solution has been found
yet. Just a heads up.


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