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

From: Karen Tracey <graybark_at_bellsouth.net>
Date: 2005-08-20 14:31:30 CEST

At 09:58 PM 8/19/2005, you wrote:
>Yes. It means you do not have the Subversion JavaHL library so we are
>falling back to the command line.

Darn, I was hoping that wasn't the answer. I had seen the JavaHL/command
line issue mentioned and got the idea that JavaHL was much preferred, but
it seemed a bit of a hassle to get it working on Linux, and I was hoping to
avoid that.

>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're right, waiting a few days wouldn't be a problem but I don't believe
JavaSVN will work for me since my repository is accessed via the file://
protocol. The FAQ doesn't offer much hope that JavaSVN will ever work for
that case.

So I guess I'll look at rebuilding Subversion on my Linux box with
JavaHL. Any recommendations on a Subversion level to go with in that
case? I have been using a 1.1 level since that was what was available as a
prepackaged binary, but if I'm going to build it from source I could move
up to the latest if that would make getting JavaHL working any easier.

Thanks for your help,
Received on Sat Aug 20 22:31:30 2005

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