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Re: [Subclipse-users] .svn 1.4 x Subclipse and tortoise

From: Jerry Brown <evilgeezer_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-04 00:22:15 CET

No, I disagree.

As I understand it, you can use an older client against 1.4 *until* you use
a newer, version 1.4 client, at which point the .svn/entries file format in
the sandbox is changed to the newer, non-xml version.

We did not change platform or anything else, we just upgraded to Subversion
1.4 on the server, then applied the command line client to the sandbox, and
that was enough to break subclipse.

At this time, I can get the svnant-1.1.0-RC2 task to start an svn update on
the sandbox, but it has java heap space issues.


On 11/3/06, Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> wrote:
> Server version doesn't matter. Tigris is running 1.3 as an example.
> If you get message about working copy not being right version you are
> either not using 1.1.8, or you are using JavaHL on one of the platforms
> where you have to provide the JavaHL version.
> Mark
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