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[Subclipse-users] to be a bug or not to be a bug?--that's the question

From: Pari carr <pari8_at_hotmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-16 18:19:02 CEST

I gladly provide more info.
I am not sure what all it is that you need, but I can tell you that I am
running on Fedora5, using eclipse 3.2 with web apps (not the standard,
basic eclipse download). I did NOT use yum install to install eclipse.
I took eclipse directly from the eclipse.org site. I used the update
feature of eclipse to get subversion. I found that Javahl did not
install with the update feature. I did a yum install subversion-javahl
to get it. I still get the error below. I installed a stand alone version of
JavaSVN and set the SVN path in eclipse to use JavaSVN default path and it
still get the below error. I have Sun JDK 1.5 on my linux box as I am using
that with eclipse. I see however that JavaSVN was built to use the fedora
builtin gcj jdk. Regardless, doing both of these steps failed to produce a
working subversion.

What do I do now?

Here's the error:
Error Validating location: "org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: RA
layer request failed
svn: PROPFIND request failed on 'svn/laxmi'
svn: PROPFIND of 'svn/laxmi': 501 Not Implemented
(https://svn.cs.opensource.xxxxx.com)
"

Here's the url:
https://svn.cs.opensource.xxxxx.com/svn/laxmi

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