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Re: Error Log: Command line client adapter is not available (SVNClientException at startup)

From: Andrew Vaughan <ajv-lists_at_netspace.net.au>
Date: 2005-04-19 12:18:02 CEST

On Tue, 19 Apr 2005 07:47 pm, Martin Burger wrote:
> Andrew Vaughan schrieb am 19.04.2005 10:26:
> >Do you have subversion installed?
> No, the repository is located at a server. I'm using TortoiseSVN and
> Subclipse to access this remote repository.

AIUI the command line client adaptor uses the subversion command program
(svn). Hence the error "Command line client adapter is not available"
if svn is not installed

You do not need a subversion server installed on the client, just the
client commands and dlls.

(Note that JavaSVN is a pure java implementation of the svn libs, so it
probably does not need svn installed. I haven't used JavaSVN so I'm
not sure).

> >Subclipse needs subversion to be installed.
> Really? I think Subclipse uses javahl, so no local svn bins are
> required.

javahl is uses jni to access the subversion libs. If javahl is working
for you it is probably finding the svn libs shipped with TortoiseSVN.

Andrew V.
Received on Tue Apr 19 20:18:02 2005

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