I posted back in February about an issue I was having getting subclipse to
attach to my existing SVN checkouts.. I finally have found what I believe
to be the cause. (a command line terminal was doing fine for me at the
I had imported another project that was in my workspace into my SVN
repository and tried to "share it" with subclipse and it actually
recognized that it was a actual SVN WC. the only difference between it
and the other 6 projects in my workspace is it was not symlinked. I
canced the share operation, moved the directory created a synlink to it,
re-opened and refreshed the project, and tried to "share" it again and it
failed to recognize it as a WC. After moving the directory back subclipse
recognized it correctly again.
I am pretty sure this is a subclipse issue as I've tried the JavaHL
interface, the svn command line client interface, and the JavaSVN
interface and all of them yield the same results.
Aside: Does anyone know when JavaSVN will support DIGEST authentication
Received on Thu Apr 7 01:21:53 2005