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Re: [Subclipse-users] Client too old error on OS X

From: Kristian Duske <4815162342n_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-12 09:27:22 CET

Hi again,

> I bet it had something to do with importing a project that had a
> 1.3 WC
> into Subclipse. Alex was alluding to this earlier. Perhaps there are
> scenarios where JavaSVN runs into a problem in converting the WC to
> the
> 1.4 format leaving it in an in-between state. Maybe Alex will see
> this
> and test the scenario.

You're forgetting that the error alsoo occurred before I reinstalled
and imported my projects. I'm not sure if it has something to do with
importing. As I suggested in another mail, I could try and reproduce
the entire scenario if I got my hands on a copy of Subclipse 1.1.7.

> I think that Alex might have asked you for a piece of your WC at one
> point. He writes JavaSVN, so he would be the one that would need
> to say
> what he needs or does not need.

I don't think he did.

> Yes, that is a common mistake. Subversion uses APR for
> everything. Has
> nothing to do with Apache. APR is just a cross platform C-
> library. It
> happens to be used by the Apache httpd server, but it is not tied
> to the
> server. Subversion uses APR to achieve cross platform behavior.
> So all
> elements of Subversion use and require APR.

Alright, thanks for that information. I'll look into that random
number generator thing then.


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