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RE: [Subclipse-users] Maven2 and Eclipse (Subclipse)

From: <bjorn.de.bakker_at_accenture.com>
Date: 2006-12-18 14:37:08 CET

I'm using 1.0.3 (Subclipse) and 1.4.2 for Subversion itself. Connector doesn't seem to matter, because no matter what I chose, it still doesn't work (either JavaHL or JavaSVN).

-----Original Message-----
From: Javier Kohen [mailto:jkohen@users.sourceforge.net]
Sent: maandag 18 december 2006 14:26
To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Subject: Re: [Subclipse-users] Maven2 and Eclipse (Subclipse)

Bj÷rn,

El lun, 18-12-2006 a las 14:01 +0100, bjorn.de.bakker@accenture.com
escribiˇ:
> I have this issue, which is rather annoying.
> What's in the tier-folders, are eclipse projects. I can import them in
> Eclipse and everything works. I checked everything out with the
> command line, created the eclipse-project files with Maven2 and
> imported them in Eclipse. But the problem is that Eclipse doesn't know
> that these projects and files were checked out from a subversion
> repository. How do I tell Eclipse that these projects come from a
> subversion repository?

What version of subclipse and which connector are you using? I had
problems before where I checked out a repository with a command-line
client version 1.4 and was using a connector that didn't support that
repository format.

I solved this by switching Subclipse to use JavaHL from Subversion 1.4.
I understand that now you can use the latest SVNKit (former JavaSVN) to
the same effect.

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