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Metissian 1.2 Build Doesn't Work for this Newbie

From: Chris Schneider <Schmed_at_TransPac.com>
Date: 2005-06-04 00:34:28 CEST


I've installed the latest Metissian Subversion 1.2 client build for
Mac OS X with JavaHL bindings
(http://metissian.com/projects/macosx/subversion/), but I'm unable to
access my SVN repository via Eclipse. However, I am able to access it
from the tcsh shell's command line. Eclipse's SVN Repository
perspective opens up just fine (where others seem to have trouble),
and I'm able to add SVN repositories to my heart's content, but none
of them seem to have any contents (i.e., I click the contents
triangle, which rotates down. Clicking it again causes the triangle
to disappear.)

Actually, I can type just about anything into the repository
description, both valid and invalid URLs. If I type an invalid one, I
get a strange blank entry in the Repository view. If I use my source
repository's URL, it shows up with the correct name, but (as stated
previously) the repository shows no contents.

Here's a more thorough description of my installation:

Eclipse 3.0.2
Subclipse 0.9.31
Subversion 1.2.0
Mac OS X 10.4.1

I even followed the instructions on the Sneak Configuration Page
to copy my svnjavahl.jar file to the Eclipse plugin folder and to
link using /Library/Java/Extensions/libsvnjavahl.jnilib.

It would be cool if there was some test Subversion repository that
newbies like me could hit to eliminate the possibility that we've
configured something on our server in a way that's incompatible with

Any help would be greatly appreciated,

- Chris

Chris Schneider
TransPac Software, Inc.
Received on Sat Jun 4 08:34:28 2005

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