am Dienstag, 12. April 2005 um 12:43 schrieben Sie:
> I did install it first but alas, without fun. The checked out project
> appeared not under version control (all files are decorated with question
> marks), and when I clicked on individual files and tried "Add to Version
> Control", I got an error message.
> Then my impression was that the JavaSVN plugin was not the "official"
> way to use Subclipse (there are mentions of unimplemented features),
> and I got stuck with JavaHL.
What I read here is that JavaSVN is the easiest way to use Subclipse
I head the same problem getting started. I think I got around that with:
- Create repository location with Subclipse
- Create remote folder. Let's say "test"
- Use Cmdline for initial checkout
* cd to your project
*> svn co http://repositoryserver/location/test
- Do "Refresh" in Eclipse
Hope this helps
I don't think compiling JavaHL is an option.
Received on Tue Apr 12 20:54:39 2005