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[Subclipse-users] Possible Bug: Backslashes inserted as path separators in svn path on Windows when doing compare.

From: Daniel Smedegaard Buus <daniel_at_arkena.dk>
Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 15:54:39 +0100

Hey :)

I usually use Eclipse on Kubuntu, but now I have to use Windows 7, so I've installed it there. Things work pretty much as they usually do, except when I do a "Compare with > Latest from repository" on a project. The compare completes successfully and I'm presented with the usual side-by-side window plus navigation pane on top of it where you get to browse through each file that differs.

When double-clicking one of these files, I get a list of SVN error messages in the console, like,

    svn: File not found: revision 2892, path '/enterprise/jbaker/trunk/jblib/wtvjbfecore\res\inc_unwire.php'
    svn: File not found: revision 2892, path '/enterprise/jbaker/trunk/jblib/wtvjbfecore\res\inc_unwire.php'
    svn: File not found: revision 2892, path '/enterprise/jbaker/trunk/jblib/wtvjbfecore\res\inc_unwire.php'
    svn: File not found: revision 2892, path '/enterprise/jbaker/trunk/jblib/wtvjbfecore\res\inc_unwire.php'
    Filesystem has no item
svn: File not found: revision 2892, path '/enterprise/jyskebank/trunk/jblib/wtvjbfecore\res\inc_unwire.php'

Obviously that's not right... Mix'n'match of forward slashes and backslashes as path separators... Actually, 'jblib' is the checked out project, so there's one correct path separator there before it goes all Windowsy in the path ;).

I'm using Galileo with Subclipse 1.6.7 with JNA Library 3.2.3, and the Pure Java SVNKit Library I also tried switching to the JavaHL (JNI) adapter (1.6.9 r901367) to see if that would make any difference, but alas, same results.

Any ideas as to what might cause this?



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