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Issue with creating remote folders in SVN Repository view.

From: Borut Hadžialić <borut.hadzialic_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-05-16 00:11:50 CEST


while experimenting with the Subclipse plug-in I noticed that the *SVN
Repository view*'s option 'New Remote Folder...' does not work well.
It always seems to add the new folder to repository root, even if we
specify some other folder as parent.

What I did / how to reproduce:

Go to SVN Repository Exploring perspective and SVN Repository view.
Right-click for the pop-up and select the 'New Remote Folder' command.

1) For URL of parent folder put <your_repository_root>
    For Folder name put A
 Result: Folder A was added to <your_repository_root> (works ok)


2) For URL of parent folder put <your_repository_root>/A
    For Folder name put B
 Result: Folder B was added to <your_repository_root> (instead to
and (workaround attempt, which failed)

3) For URL of parent folder put <your_repository_root>
    For Folder name put A/B
 Result: Folder B was added to <your_repository_root> (instead to

My system is Debian Sarge with Sun Java 1.5.0,
Eclipse SDK 3.0.2 200503110845
Subclipse 0.9.30
JavaSVN Library and JavaSVN Subclipse extension

Window->Preferences->Team->SVN is set to use javahl

The connection to the repository was made using svn protocol (URL was

I just finished reading all open issues (defect, new) at the subclipse
site and found no issue describing this.

I have another question:

Can someone verify that my Subclipse plug-in (with the above
configuration) is using the JavaSVN as client adapter? I read
somewhere that JavaSVN used when u choose javahl in
Window->Preferences->Team->SVN and install JavaSVN Library and JavaSVN
Subclipse extension, but I would like to be sure.


Because YES!
Received on Mon May 16 08:11:50 2005

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