Scott Palmer <email@example.com> wrote on 04/27/2005 01:52:49
> On Apr 27, 2005, at 12:03 PM, Toby Thain wrote:
> > On 27-Apr-05, at 11:29 AM, Scott Palmer wrote:
> >> 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.
> I should say that I CAN use 0.9.30 if I already have my Eclipse
> projects linked to subversion. I just can't establish that link with
> 0.9.30, the part of connecting the project to subclipse always crashes.
Are you adding/importing an existing Subversion WC into your workspace? If
so, there is a new feature added in 0.9.29 to automatically configure the
project to Subclipse. This feature only works in Eclipse 3.1 so maybe
that is why some others are not getting it?
I did not contribute to the feature, but I have seen it work. It is
pretty nice, but perhaps that is where this problem is coming from? I
think we need clarification because the previous message implied you had a
good working project already in Subclipse and you were having problems
when taking the Subclipse option add a new file to version control. Now
this message implies it is about connecting to an existing project. Those
are two very different things.
> > 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).
> Now I've somehow got both 0.9.28 and 0.9.30 installed. (Why is this
> process so painful?)
You could try removing the old plugins and restarting with the -clean
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