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Re: [Subclipse-users] DLL problem on Linux

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-23 15:07:15 CET

Jens Seidel <jensseidel@users.sf.net> wrote on 02/23/2006 09:02:42 AM:

> I think that subclipse 0.9.106 uses the wrong (outdated) subversion
> on my system.
> I have a Suse 9.3 system with a 1.1.3 version of subversion installed
> in /usr/bin. This version is rather old and I observed problems with
> a renamed directory (doubled files after an "svn update" and that's why
> conflicts, I don't remember the details but it was a very confusing
> behaviour which was already reported).
> That's why I fetched the source, compiled 1.3.0 and installed it in my
> directory (no java stuff compiled in since it's not the default). Of
course I
> set PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH correctly.
> Now the command line interface works great.
> Nevertheless it seems that subclipse has similar problems as I observed
> the past. It seems that the old subversion stuff is used instead of the
> proper one from $PATH.

It isn't possible to use and old library. We check and do not allow it.
What would happen is that the JavaHL adapter would report as not available
and the errors it would show would say it found an older version of the

> Yup, now I understand why JavaHL exist. Nevertheless the FAQ mentions
> that svnClientAdapter chooses among JavaHL (which is not found), JavaSVN
> (I have javasvn.jar of 0.9.105 and 0.9.106 in my eclipse path but no
> report in the dialog) and the command line interface.

JavaSVN is included with Subclipse, you should not be doing anything to
set a PATH or CLASSPATH to find it. It will all be handled automatically.

> Can someone please confirm and fix this problem?
> (There is no version output in the eclipse console and I will try to
> my system eclipse installation soon.)

You have not really stated what the problem is. If necessary, clean up
any manual hacks you have done. Select JavaSVN as your adapter, and then
separately report any problems you find.



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