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Re: Problem: Javahl interface is not available. Check your environment.

From: Ronald Sacher <sacher_at_manetmail.de>
Date: 2005-04-12 13:58:23 CEST

Hi Jan,

am Dienstag, 12. April 2005 um 13:43 schrieben Sie:

>> - Use Cmdline for initial checkout
>> * cd to your project

> Do you mean that I should create a "Simple" project with "New Project"
> first and cd into the project's directory? Or should I check out the
> thing into my workspace and then make it known to Eclipse by creating
> a project?...

>> *> svn co http://repositoryserver/location/test
>> - Do "Refresh" in Eclipse

> I tried both ways mentioned above and in either case, the project did not
> become version controlled after a Refresh. I also tried "Team/Share
> Project...",
> which led me to the Team Synchronize perspective (as expected), but did
> make the project shared in the end (i. e. no decorations for files, no SVN
> mentioned in project properties, Team/Share Project... still available
> as before).

Next try :)

- create repos location http://server/svn/repos1
- create remote folder test-dir
- use the "checkout as project" on the remote folder
- now the project is there but without svn-link
- change to cmdline and cd to your workspace
- > svn co http://server/svn/repos1/test-dir
- change to eclipse an do refresh

That way it worked for me 2 minutes ago.

Ronald
Received on Tue Apr 12 21:58:23 2005

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