Russel Winder <email@example.com> wrote on 06/10/2005 04:19:36 AM:
> I thought I would move from Eclipse 3.1M6 to Eclipse 3.1RC1. Because I
> am using Subversion 1.1.4 I have to stick with 0.9.30 rather than using
> 0.9.31. I downloaded the relevant file from the Web site and put the
> expansion of it somewhere accessible. Starting RC1 I loaded various
> plugins from remote sites in the usual way. However when I tried to use
> the "define local location" nothing happens -- no addition of the just
> named directory as a location for a plugin. Is this a known misfeature
> of RC1?
> The point for this list is: Is it possible to have 0.9.30 accessible on
> the Web site as well as 0.9.31 so that those people having to use
> Subversion 1.1.x can get the Subclipse plugin using the usual
OK, I have added it back to our site.xml on the update site. Since it
contains 0.9.30 and 0.9.31, I do not know if it will let you select the
older version, but it is worth a shot.
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