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RE: subclipse not recognizing managed project FIXED (Was: [ANN] JavaSVN v0.8.8 - broke my working copies?)

From: Alexander Kitaev <alex_at_tmate.org>
Date: 2005-04-22 01:00:50 CEST

Hello Hugo,

Could you please remind me whether do you use JavaSVN or not? I'm asking
because there was similar problem with JavaSVN sometime ago, but only when
drive letter in workspace path wasn't capitalized (i.e. c:\path instead of
C:\path).

Alexander Kitaev.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hugo Visser [mailto:hugo@botteaap.net]
> Sent: Thursday, April 21, 2005 11:42 PM
> To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
> Subject: Re: subclipse not recognizing managed project FIXED
> (Was: [ANN] JavaSVN v0.8.8 - broke my working copies?)
>
>
> Even more simple fix: tell eclipse the "correct" path when
> using switch
> workspace: D:\Code\Java\eclipse\workspace works but all in lowercase
> fails. That would explain things, I might have changed workspaces one
> time...(and I always type the paths :))
>
>
> Hugo Visser wrote:
> > Okay, the thing I've found out now that my projects are recognized
> > only
> > if the workspace is on my C:\ drive. They used to be on my
> D: drive. I
> > don't understand it but I can reproduce it.
> >
> > First I checked out the failing project to the workspace dir on D:\
> > using the cli. Then I imported the project in Eclipse, but
> SVN did not
> > recognized it. Then I did the same, checking the project
> out to my C:\
> > drive. That worked. Also checking out from within Eclipse
> works when it
> > is on C:\
> >
> > While I'm typing this mail I realize Ian's tip about
> capitalization.
> > My
> > workspace on D:\ is in D:\Code\Java\eclipse\workspace (note
> the capital
> > C and J). So I tried again checking out in D:\test. That
> works. Check it
> > out again in D:\Test --> Fail!
> >
> > So is this a known subclipse issue or is it a subversion
> issue? Ian is
> > this what you meant? I think I did not get the hint
> entirely when you
> > mentioned it. Thanks anyway for that. So I guess my
> workaround will be
> > to put the workspace in a different path. Still I don't get
> why it has
> > worked before. Anyway, I'm happy that it does now :)
> >
> > Hugo
> >
> > Hugo Visser wrote:
> >
> >> Jan,
> >>
> >> Did you try different Eclipse versions? I'll try to go back a few
> >> subclipse versions. Subclipse did work here so somewhere
> it got broken!
> >>
> >> Hugo
> >>
> >>>
> >>> Hello,
> >>>
> >>> I reported the same problem a while ago here - it happens for me
> >>> under Linux with Eclipse 3.0.2, Subclipse 0.9.30 and
> JavaSVN 0.8.7,
> >>> as well as 0.8.8.1 There seems to be no known solution or
> >>> workaround.
> >>>
> >>> Best regards -
> >>> Jan Ploski
> >>>
> >>>
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Received on Fri Apr 22 09:00:50 2005

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