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Re: [Subclipse-users] subclipse crashes eclipse on Ubuntu - Email found in subject - Email found in subject

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-11-30 20:43:34 CET

Gary McWilliams wrote:
> Mark, thanks for the pointer. I don't think this is my problem though.
> Problem is, I'm a bit of a newbie on this (don't worry, I'm not looking
> for you to provide me with Ubuntu support, just any more pointers!).
> When I start eclipse from the command line (as opposed to starting it
> from the menu system), I get a more specific error:
> I get a SIGSEGV, with a 'Problematic frame' pointing to libsvnjavahl.
That sounds like the same problem to me.

> Maybe I just need to rebuild my own javahl from scratch, I'll try that
> (although that will maybe take me a while to work out). Synaptic has
> installed 1.3.2-3 of javahl. Does subclipse 1.1.8 *depend* on having a
> 1.4 javahl?
I have tested it with 1.3.2 on Windows. It should work OK with 1.3 or 1.4.

> What I would really like to know is if it is possible to start
> eclipse+subclipse with JavaSVN selected as the default transport layer.
> Note that I cannot change this from the eclipse/subclipse menu, because
> when I try to access that menu, eclipse crashes.
> Are there any property/ini files I can change to manually set this?
Just uninstall the JavaHL library or rename/move it. If we fail to load
the library it will fall back to JavaSVN automatically.


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