Paul Ravish <email@example.com> wrote on 11/22/2005 03:55:20 PM:
> When I run Eclipse and try to click on the SVN disclosure triangle
> under the TEAM disclosure triangle from the Window->Preferences menu
> I get the following error:
> no libsvnjavahl-1 in java.library.path
> /usr/lib/jni/libsvnjavahl-1.so.0.0.0:libstdc++.so.6:cannot opn shared
> object file:No such file or directory
> no svnjavahl in java.library.path
> java.library.path = /usr/local/lib/jdk1.5.0_02/jre/lib/i386/client:/
> So what am I missing here? Does there need to be libstdc++.so.6? And
> if so, shouldn't that be part of the libsvn_javahl package that I
> downloaded and installed from the Debian site? I've found the
> svnjavahl.jar file in /usr/lib/eclipse/plugins/
> org.tigris.subversion.subclipse.core_0.9.37/lib. But I did not find
> svnjavahl-1 anywhere.
When you have an error, we dump out all of the error messages to increase
the possibility of helping you find the right one. The name of the JavaHL
library changed over time, so the code attempts to load it by three
different names. It looks like it found the library, in your case, using
the standard name. However, the library itself then failed to load
because one if it's required libraries was not found.
Personally, I have never run into this problem when using Ubuntu (which is
the only Debian variant I have tried). You would have to contact whoever
provided your package to find out why it does not include all of the
dependencies. Perhaps the packager was making an invalid assumption that
libstdc++.so would always be there?
> Any advice/instructions on how to get things working here would be
> greatly appreciated.
Other than what I suggested, I can only suggest trying JavaSVN.
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Received on Wed Nov 23 08:06:47 2005