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Issues with 0.9.33

From: Roberto C. Sanchez <roberto_at_familiasanchez.net>
Date: 2005-08-27 21:12:38 CEST

Yesterday I discovered Subclipse. I like the idea very much, since I
have switched from CVS to Subversion and was looking for a way to
integrate with Eclipse. That said I have run into several issues. The
server which hosts my subversion repository runs Debian Sarge with
Subversion 1.1.4. I am accessing it via the svn+ssh:// protocol. I am
running Eclipse 3.1 and obtaining Subclipse from the update site.

- JavaSVN absolutely refuses to authenticate with keys (had to switch to
  command line)
- I can check out Java and C/C++ either "Checkout As ..." or "Checkout
  As Project" and I cannot access the resources.

This last one is particularly annoying, since it forced me to go to
Subclipse 0.9.30, which appears to work. What is happening is that if
browse the repository and check out something, then I will end up with
the project visible in the Resource perspective and the Java or C/C++
perspective but none of the files/whatever are visible. For example, if
I browse to the repository svn+ssh://me@server/svn/project1, then I will
see the three directories tags, branches, and trunk. If I right click
on trunk and check it out (it doesn't matter whether it is checked out
as a project or not), the checkout succeeds. Then if I switch to the
Resource Perspective, I see project1 and then I can't click or
right-click on it. If I switch to the Java or C/C++ perspective,
depending on the contents, I again see the project but am unable to see
any of the contents. If I go to a shell prompt and do `ls
~/.eclipse/workspace/project1/` then I will see all the files and
folders that were checked out.

After switching to 0.9.30 (again using the command line instead instead
of javahl), then I can checkout, though with an error. The message
mentions something of an internal error, but the operation succeeds. I
can switch to the Java or C/C++ perspective and see the project and all
the resources it contains.

I have even started with a fresh Eclipse installation and *only* the
Subclipse plugin with identical results.

I have not attempted to do any committing, merging, or anything else
that requires writing to the repository.

Hopefully someone will be able to point me to something I am doing


Roberto C. Sanchez

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