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Re: [Subclipse-users] Installing with a JavaSVN as default

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-02-28 18:25:10 CET

"Shalom Gibly" <shalom@zend.com> wrote on 02/28/2006 09:50:37 AM:

> Is it possible to supply an installation that by default has an active
> and not JavaHL?
> The problem is that users for Mac and Linux have to obtain separate
> to get things to work, therefore, I believe that the default should be
> something that works on every system (e.g. JavaSVN) and not the JavaHL
> fails on systems that are missing the libraries.
> If it is possible, can you tell me how to enable it? And if not, is
there a
> way I can modify the code that will initialize the JavaSVN property by

Subclipse will already use JavaSVN automatically by default if a valid
JavaHL library is not available, this would include the scenario where you
have JavaHL but it is not the correct version.

There are no external tweaks you can apply.


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