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[Subclipse-users] svnserve new user problem

From: michael kearney <ma.kearney_at_verizon.net>
Date: 2006-09-28 20:36:50 CEST

Thanks Mark,

   Two things enabled subclipse for me finally.

1. What you suggested, i.e. getting the right dlls into subclipse.

2. Joe White's Mere-Moments Guide
<http://excastle.com/blog/archive/2005/05/31/1048.aspx> to installing a
Subversion server on Windows


   I was in the process of creating such a guide because I was not finding

what I needed. There seemed to be installation and startup bits in many

some of which was clearly obsolete. I figured that others were probably
having the same problem.

I only found Joe's guide because I chanced to google SVNService.exe. I got

hit and that was Joe's page.


  Today, I observed the link svn1clicksetup project page on tigris
<http://svn1clicksetup.tigris.org/> also on Joe's

page. I immediately went to the tigris site to see if I could have found

page through the "front door". I expected it to be front and center on the

subclipse and tortoise svn pages, and that I was just blind. I still
couldn't find it.


 I haven't tried the svn1clicksetup but I expect it is good given that it is

on Joe's page.


  I have used CVS and SVN for a while on Linux. SVN is a great improvement

CVS which was already quite good. I had a need to have it run on Windows. I

not prepared or even aware of the Windows-isms that I needed to contend

I was blinded by my own experience and was definitely getting to the point

giving up and setting up a server on a emulated machine.


  Bottomline, a svn1clicksetup link perhaps under the "Latest release" or
"Got questions"

header of at least Subversion and IMO subclipse and tortoise would save
future folks







"michael kearney" <ma.kearney@verizon.net> wrote on 09/27/2006 09:37:08
> Basic problem, I can?t seem to find the combination that works.
> I am on windows-xp SP-2.
> I have installed subversion 1.4, subclipse 1.1.6., tortoiseSVN.
> I have create a repository with tortoiseSVN ( no spaces in any pathname)
> I have not been able to make subclipse see that repository.
> I have apache installed and working. It is a more recent version than
> windows install supports.
> So I turned to svnserve and SVNservice. No success. Not a hint of what?s
> wrong in the responses.
> I can work with what I have working at the moment. But it would be nice
> think to bring
> subversion into eclipse.
There should not be any issues using Subclipse and svnserve, however there
are issues with using Subclipse and TortoiseSVN 1.4 or any Subversion 1.4
client (Server version does not matter). Subversion 1.4 introduced a new
working copy format. Subclipse includes the Subversion 1.3 client
libraries. Once a working copy is touched with a 1.4 client it is
modified so that it can no longer be read by a 1.3 client. You can
manually update Subclipse to be using 1.4 libraries. See this:

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