email@example.com wrote on 08/11/2005 11:32:29 AM:
> i just got the following error
> Your Eclipse workspace path is:
> But the actual file system path is:
> Subclipse will not operate correctly unless the calues are the
same...... and so on
> I don't think that this should be considered as an error as windows
treats a big
> d and a small D the same way :)
> - Anything else that could possibly be relevant. Err on the side
> of too much information, rather than too little.
> Uhm.. I don't read this mailinglist, so if there are any questions,
> them as cc to me that i can answer :)
We added this check precisely because it IS a problem. There are bugs in
the Eclipse code in this area. Subversion will always pass us paths as
the operating systems sees them (in this case D:\..) when we ask Eclipse
to gives us an IResource (or something like that) it fails if the cases do
not match exactly.
So we added this checking into Subclipse to prevent the ensuing problems.
Just follow the instructions in the message to re-open the workspace or
change your shortcut.
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Received on Fri Aug 12 01:38:33 2005