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RE: New user: commit failed

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-12-07 22:34:17 CET

"Shawn Matlock" <matlocs@odscompanies.com> wrote on 12/07/2005 03:54:18

> Mark wrote:
> >What version of Subclipse?
> Subclipse

You mean you are using Eclipse 2.x? If so, you should at least move to
the release. If this is the case, then you also SHOULD enter
username and password in the connection.

Otherwise, did you mean 0.9.31? That would be real old too. The current
release is either 0.9.101 or 0.9.37 depending on whether you want to use
the latest non-GA Subversion code.

> >What adapter? Open preferences and go to Team -> SVN
> SVN Interface: Javahl (JNI)
> >What is the URL you are entering for the location?
> svn://canopus/sandbox/trunk/matlocs
> Commit is the only thing I've found that doesn't work (and it does work
> the command line). Anything that is a "read" works fine. Is there some
> special permissions on Subclipse or does it use SVN permissions?

Commit is probably the only operation that requires authentication.


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