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Re: Regression bug in 0.9.33

From: Markus KARG <markus.karg_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2005-08-27 15:02:39 CEST

Here is an update to my problem, maybe it helps you in locating the problem:

As I don't have JavaHL installed, I tried again with the JavaSVN. Same
problem. Then I switched Subclipse's options to use the svn command line. It
works pretty well now.

So the bug seems to be in the JavaSVN layer.

Again, it worked well in Subclipse 0.9.32.

Markus KARG

Am Samstag, 27. August 2005 14:55 schrieben Sie:
> Hello Subclipse community,
> until today I was using Subversion with Eclipse 3.0.2 only by means of
> manual svn commands. So I am quite new to Subclipse. As SuSE 9.3 came with
> Subclipse 0.9.32, I wanted to give it a try. So I checked the Subclipse
> Online Help inside of Eclipse first.
> Then at the command line I created a new repository at the command line and
> imported some stuff to have a "playground" for my Subclipse experiments (to
> be save not to do any harm to my actual production SVN repository). The
> repository can be access from the command line by the following URL:
> file:///home/markus/svn/trunk
> Subclipse 0.9.32 allows me to browse the repository without any problem. I
> can see the change log and view files inside of the Subclipse Repository
> Explorer. :-)
> Unfortunately 0.9.32 doesn't allow me to neither "Checkout as..." nor to
> "Team / Share / SVN". Both commands to either not work or post messages
> like "Not implemented yet.". :-(
> So I used Eclipse's Online Update facility to update Subclipse to current
> 0.9.33 release and hoped it would work now.
> Actually the "Team / Share /SVN" command seems to be implemented now. :-)
> Unfortunately, the repository browser seems to be broken! When trying to
> access the repository, I get the following message box:
> Unable to validate
> Error validating location: "org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException:
> svn: '/home/markus/file:/home/markus/svn/trunk' does not exist"
> Keep location anyway?
> Yes No
> Also, the svn console shows these lines:
> svn: '/home/markus/file:/home/markus/svn/trunk' does not exist
> svn: '/home/markus/file:/home/markus/svn/trunk' does not exist
> svn: '/home/markus/file:/home/markus/svn/trunk' does not exist
> I thought it to be my fault, so I discarted the repository location and
> tried to repeat my steps. But no, again the same message. So it seems to be
> a regression bug in Subclipse 0.9.33 (again, in 0.9.32 it works well).
> Obviously Subclipse seems to do some faults in the URL handling. The actual
> typed in URL was file:///home/markus/svn/trunk, while the logs contain the
> screwed URL /home/markus/file:/home/markus/svn/trunk. Sure this cannot
> work. :-(
> Please add this bug to your bug database (on the Subclipse site there is
> told that I shall not add it on my own but post it to the mailing list).
> Thanks You
> Markus KARG
> P. S.: Would be great if you could tell me a workaround meanwhile. :-)
Received on Sat Aug 27 23:02:39 2005

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