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Re: [Subclipse-users] Folder " does not exist error message after update of svn

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-22 18:19:58 CET

On Nov 22, 2007 5:43 AM, Jochen Wuttke <wuttkej@lu.unisi.ch> wrote:
> I just updated my svn to the newest binary distribution for OS X from
> collabNet. Now when I try to access any subversion repository using
> either svn+ssh or http protocols with the JavaHL adapter, I get an
> error dialog saying
> Folder " does not exist remotely.
> and in the console window the message says:
> Network connection closed unexpectedly.
> All the repositories I tried worked fine with JavaHL before I
> upgraded svn, now they only work with SVNKit. Any suggestions what
> I'm missing here?

The Network connection closed unexpectedly message is a typical error
when using SSH. Are you sure you were using JavaHL before? When
using SVNKit, SSH is handled in Java by SVNKit, so you get prompts for
authentication etc. When using JavaHL, it typically is using the
OpenSSH command line. So unless you are using an ssh-agent to provide
your certificates and passwords, you would have to start Eclipse from
a terminal in order to be able to respond to the prompts that OpenSSH
will provide.

Of course this would not be happening for http protocol. What sort of
errors are you seeing when using an http repository?

Are you behind a proxy? Maybe your Subversion configuration was
messed up? Look at ~/.subversion for the config files.

Finally, did you do anything like edit the eclipse.ini file to tell
Eclipse where the JavaHL library was located (before installing this
version)? The CollabNet installer installs JavaHL into your System
JNI library location so this is not necessary. But perhaps if you
previously edited eclipse.ini, you are getting a mix of libraries
loaded at runtime?

Mark Phippard
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Received on Thu Nov 22 18:20:05 2007

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