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Re: [Subclipse-users] Projects not staying under version control

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-26 22:27:04 CEST

Billy O'Connell <billy_oconnell@tanval.com> wrote on 09/26/2006 04:25:04

> I am have just upgraded to subversion 1.4. I am running on a linux
> workstation, using eclipse 3.2 sdk, and have just upgraded to subclipse
> 1.1.6. When I check out a project using subclipse, it all seems to work
> fine. However when I use the ant perspective to build a war file, or
> commit a java module, I get an error message inside of eclipse that
> tells me that my project is not under version control.
> This has only started happening since the upgrade to subversion 1.4. I
> have read in these lists that it maybe a issue with javasvn not
> supporting 1.4, is this correct? Is there any workaround? Any help
> would be greatly appreciated.

Correct, JavaSVN does not support the new Subversion 1.4 working copy
format. You need to get the JavaHL 1.4 libraries for your system and
switch Subclipse to use JavaHL instead of JavaSVN. Or downgrade your
Subversion binaries to 1.3.2.


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