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Re: [Subclipse-users] Subclipse doesn't survive IP address change

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-18 21:35:39 CET

On 11/18/06, Pekka Vuorela <pvuorela@cs.tut.fi> wrote:
> I'm having troubles with Subclipse on my laptop which I use in different
> networks. Subclipse doesn't seem to survive changing the network.
> Steps to reproduce: svn update, ip address change, svn update.
> Result: the update dialog pops up but the operation does not proceed.
> Hitting cancel marks the operation as cancelled on the detailed view
> but the dialog remains. Afterwards, the only way to shutdown Eclipse
> is to kill JVM (except returning to the original network which really
> cancels the operation).
> I'm running Ubuntu Edgy Linux with Eclipse 3.2.1 and Subclipse 1.1.8, also
> 1.0.3 seems to be affected. SVN interface is JavaSVN and my repository is
> svn+ssh. Eclipse is run with gij.

Ultimately Subclipse's only involvement in this process is running an
SVN API. So this is not really a Subclipse issue. Did you include
the IP address in the repository URL? If so, and you changed the IP
address, you would need to right-click on the repository connection in
the SVN Repositories view and use the Relocate option to change the
URL to the new IP address.

If you used a host name in your URL then SVN would just pick up the IP
address from the name resolution performed by your TCP/IP stack.


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