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Re: [Subclipse-users] setting up svn repository

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-12-07 20:25:23 CET

On 12/6/06, Goehring <lutz.goehring@uni-hohenheim.de> wrote:
> I am having problems telling eclipse the path of my local svn
> repository.
> Entering:
> file:///afs/uni-
> hohenheim.de/project/mas/Users/lgoehrin/subversionRepository
> leads to the error meassage
> ... /afs/uni-
> hohenheim.de/project/mas/Users/lgoehrin/SYMPHONY-5.1/file:///afs/uni-
> hohenheim.de/project/mas/Users/lgoehrin/subversionRepository
> does not exist.
> So eclipse seems to add the prefix
> /afs/uni-hohenheim.de/project/mas/Users/lgoehrin/SYMPHONY-5.1
> to the path. What can be done?

It sounds like you might be using 1.0.3 with JavaSVN as the client
interface? That does not support file:// protocol. JavaHL does if you can
use that. Also, the latest 1.1.x release includes a new JavaSVN (now called
SVNKit) that does support file://. This release requires Eclipse 3.2though.

Received on Thu Dec 7 20:25:41 2006

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