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[Subclipse-users] Bug in Synchronizing perspective with protected directory's ?

From: Koen Werdler <werdlerk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-01-05 23:56:55 CET

Hiya people,

I have setup a Subversion repository (1.3.2) and I'm using mod_authz_svn to
control authorization to a number of directories; only giving access to a
few users, the rest has no authorization.

This is a snippet from the .access file:

tw-developers = Maverick

* = r
@tw-developers = rw

* =
@tw-developers = rw

I'm using Eclipse 3.2 with the latest Subclipse plugin, 1.0.4.
I'm getting alot of problems with this setup.

First is the SVN Repository browsing. Each time I enter a protected
directory I have to enter the username/password combination while I tick the
"Save Password:" option each time.

Second is the most annoying that the Synchronizing perspective sees the
protected directory's like they aren't on the repository at all so all files
I have local are new to the repository. Committing one of the files in one
such directory gives the error "org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException:
Entry already exists svn: '<path>' is already under version control" .
If you try to Compare the package (which is the protected directory at the
repository) in your Java perspective to the latest revision you do get the
authentication dialog twice but after that it gives an error (see
attachment) and doesn't show anything in the log.

I tried doing the same with SVNKit; the first problem resolves (it remembers
the credentials while browsing) but the same happens with synchronizing and

Do you know what is causing this or how it can be resolved?

Thanks in advance,
Koen Werdler

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Received on Fri Jan 5 23:57:02 2007

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