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Re: Subclipse on Linux doesn't seem to see my .svn directories?

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-20 03:58:19 CEST

> Does the "Not implemented yet" popup give you any ideas where the problem
> might be?

Yes. It means you do not have the Subversion JavaHL library so we are
falling back to the command line. There is some info in our FAQ that might


Since you are just starting out and there does not seem to be any urgency,
you might just want to wait until early to mid next week. A new release
0.9.33 is coming out and it includes JavaSVN a pure Java implementation of
the Subversion API. You should then be able to use that to allow us to
talk to Subversion and it should all work a lot better. Ultimately, it
just depends on when you read the FAQ how difficult it sounds to you.
Getting JavaHL is not too difficult for some, real difficult for others,

It is also pretty easy to add JavaSVN to your existing install, but it will
be no work at all when the new release is out.


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