On Friday 03 November 2006 06:05, DM Smith wrote:
> I am having a problem checking out code. I'll probably give a bit too
> much detail.
> I am running Eclipse 3.2.1 on Fedora Core 6. I have tried both the
> Fedora version and the one at Eclipse.org.
> When I installed the Fedora version I used eclipse-subclipse 1.1.5 with
> javasvn 1.1.0.
> When I installed Eclipse.org version I used subclipse 1.0.4 with its
Since you are running eclipse 3.2, you can use 1.1.8.
See http://subclipse.tigris.org/callisto.html .
IIRC the Javasvn in 1.0.4 and 1.1.5 is not compatible with the Subversion
> I am running gcj 1.4.2 as my only java.
> I also have subversion 1.3.2 installed from Fedora.
> With the Fedora setup:
> I was able to connect to the repository and browse with no problem.
> I selected all the projects I wanted to check out with Fedora version
> and two failed.
> I then tried to check out the one alone and got the same error.
> Then I uninstalled the Fedora version and all it's parts and installed
> the Eclipse.org version as described above.
> With the Eclipse.org setup:
> No problem connecting to or browsing the repository.
> I then tried to check out the same project that had problems before and
> got the same error.
> The error is:
> svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/jsword/!svn/bc/1175/trunk/common'
> svn: Processing PROPFIND request response failed: required string:
> "lpl:version-name" (/svn/jsword/!svn/bc/1157/trunk/common)
> I tried to change the adapter to javahl, but I got a "could not find
> javahl" kind of error. I didn't find a solution for that so I didn't
> test with javahl.
Is javahl installed? On Debian/Ubuntu it's in a separate package
libsvn-javahl or libsvn-java.
If javahl is installed, it is possible that the jvm isn't finding the .so.
Try starting eclipse with
eclipse -vmargs -Djava.library.path=/directory/containing/libsvnjavahl-1.so
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/directory/containing/libsvnjavahl-1.so ; eclipse
> I then tried subversion from the command line and it worked without a
> What is the problem? Any ideas?
If the above doesn't work, try and test with the sun jvm, (just in case
you've hit a bug in gcj/classpath).
Otherwise post back here. Include which protocol/authentication scheme,
subversion server version (if known).
If the repository is publicly accessibly, other people can see if they can
reproduce the problem.
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Received on Thu Nov 2 22:13:23 2006