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Subclipse Perspective Problem

From: Dave Wolowicz <wolowicz_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-06-10 02:42:45 CEST

Hi all,

I'm pretty new to eclipse and the subversion. I have been using it on
my Windows box, but I'm having problems with my Mandrake 9.2 machine.

I'm running: Mandrake 9.2, Eclipse 3.1, and the newest copy of subclipse.

I'm not sure if its a permissions problem or some other sort of issue.
I was not able to compile subversion with javahl. I got some messages
about missing or moved libraries and I was not able to install based
on RPMs as I had the same sort of errors...

I did get subversion installed, but I can only run it as root, and
consiquently, can only run the SVN Repository explorer is I run
eclipse as root... not really ideal.

I was trying to use JavaSVN but it does not seem top be connecting to
subversion or something... it installes OK or so it seems, it just
does not change anything, the perspective is still unviewable.

Is there a way to tell that JavaSVN is talking to Subclipse? of vice
versa? Might there be a permissions problem? I have my eclipse
installed under /usr/local/eclipse, and I was installing the plugins
with a user account....

ANy help would be good.... I really want to be able to do development
on my linux box here.

Thanks in advance

Received on Fri Jun 10 10:42:45 2005

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