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Re: [Subclipse-users] TortoiseSVN hoses subeclipse

From: Johnathan Gifford <jgifford_at_wernervas.com>
Date: 2006-11-09 18:28:45 CET

If you have the latest Tortoise and you are not running the 'beta'
Subclipse 1.1.8, then you need to get 1.1.8. It's a Subversion 1.4
working copy issue. Tortoise upgraded your working copy and the current
production version Subclipse (1.0.x) cannot read it.


>>> On Thu, Nov 9, 2006 at 11:20 AM, in message
<eclipse@purpleblade.net> wrote:
> I have been using subclipse with success for a few days now. It can

> not do some things that I want to do like show me all files locally

> under my project directory that are not in the repository (at lease I
> can not find out how to do this).
> I was advised to download and install TortiseSVN. There were some
> significant problems with TortoiseSVN. I did an update and for some

> reason it 'Added' files under my build directory to the repository.

> At any rate I believe I do not understand what SVN defines as an
> update but that is another issue.
> At any rate now when I use subclipse it tells me that my SVN client
> out of date and that I need to get a later one.
> Apparently TortoiseSVN overwrote some library that subclipse was
> using. Why I can not have two separate or different version of SVN
> my machine is puzzeling.
> I would like to get subclipse going again under eclipse. Any ideas

> would be super appreciated.
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