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Re: [Subclipse-users] SVN Repository exploring problems

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-04-13 16:15:51 CEST

"Andrew Goodnough" <Andrew.Goodnough@wicourts.gov> wrote on 04/13/2006
09:55:25 AM:

> !!Update!!: Before sending this I checked one more thing - this is a
> problems with rights (I'm running Eclipse on Linux). All of the above
> works normally if I run Eclipse as root. Did something change with
> where Subclipse writes its settings? Could my Subclipse settings be
> hosed from the previous version? And the one question that is not
> answered by rights is: why does
> http://subversion/svn/ccap/BBE/trunk/BBEApp appear in the list of
> repositories? is this new? I can see where some might find this useful
> but it just seems like duplication to me if I've already got the root of
> the repository in the list.

We have not changed where we store our settings. They would be in your
workspace .metadata folder as always. This does explain all of your
problems though. When you are running Eclipse, these repositories are
just stored in memory. They are serialized to the .metadata folder on
exit. This fails because of authority problems.

When you restart, when we encounter a project under our control we have
code to connect it up to a repository. If we cannot find one, we create
one on the fly based on the URL of the project.


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