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Re: integration with eclipse

From: Toby Thain <toby_at_smartgames.ca>
Date: 2005-04-27 18:03:47 CEST

On 27-Apr-05, at 11:29 AM, Scott Palmer wrote:

>
> On Apr 27, 2005, at 11:02 AM, JP Fiset wrote:
>
>
>> Scott Palmer <scott.palmer@2connected.org> wrote on 04/27/2005
>> 10:25:31AM:
>>
>>
>>>> I'm using Subclipse with Eclipse 3.1M6 and I have found that
>>>> when I add a file to version control from within Eclipse nothing
>>>> happens. 'svn st' shows that the file wasn't added and so do
>>>> the icon decorations on the source files within Eclipse. I know
>>>> this was working before, with Eclipse 3.01.
>>>>
>>>> Has anyone else seen this issue?
>>>>
>>>>
>> I am using Eclipse 3.1M6 with:
>> - subclipse 0.9.30
>> - JavaSVN Library 0.8.8.1
>> - JavaSVN Subclipse Extension 0.8.8.1
>>
>> and I do not encounter such problem. I have tested this
>> configuration on both Windows XP and Linux FC3. What is your
>> configuration?
>>
>
> I'm doing this on Win XP.
>
> I seem to have Subclipse 0.9.28. Doing an "update" in Eclipse tells
> me there are no updates for Subclipse. But I do recall forcing an
> install of 0.9.30 a while back but it crapped out completely - i.e.
> Subclipse crashed always when I tried to connect my projects to
> Subclipse, so I reverted back to 0.9.28.
>
> I'm not using any JavaSVN stuff.. just the "normal" javahl bindings
> (org.tigris.subversion.javahl.win32 0.9.28)
>
> I also have a Mac laptop, but I have never gotten the javahl
> bindings to install properly on the Mac. (Why doesn't Subclipse
> included them like it does for Win32?) So, sadly, I have never
> been able to even try Subclipse on the Mac.

Try JavaSVN; it works fine on our Macs. I'm running Eclipse 3.0.2 /
Subclipse 0.9.30 / JavaSVN 0.8.8.1 on this PowerBook and have had
none of the problems you describe.

>
>
> I do see things like this in my eclipse log:
>
> ...
>
> Perhaps all those issues go away with 0.9.30.. but I can't get it
> to work AT ALL, so I'm not sure what my next move should be.

Either remove and reinstall it; or start with a fresh Eclipse. That's
never failed for me on OS X or Linux (we also have several users on
Linux using Subclipse and JavaSVN without issues).

Toby

>
> Scott
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Received on Thu Apr 28 02:03:47 2005

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