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Re: [Subclipse-users] [Subclipse-users] [SubClipse] - svn: '\' is not a working copy

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2010 11:03:36 -0500

I recall some of the SVN tests fail if the root of your working copy
is on the root of a drive. Can you do your mapping so that your
projects are down one folder level from the root of the drive?

You could also try switching from JavaHL to SVNKit.

Finally, in your preferences you could also try unchecking the option
"JavaHL: Commit across multiple projects atomically". If this is a
Subclipse bug, this is the only thing I think it could be. Switching
to SVNKit would also remove this as a possible bug.


On Tue, Nov 16, 2010 at 5:38 PM, LuckY07 <CJAustin81_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> I have a weird problem when using subclipse. Basically I have an SVN project
> in a folder called 'Universe'.
> This folder is on one of our servers and it has 6 folders inside of it. We
> have connected to SVN using SubClipse and are able to commit, update to HEAD
> etc. The folder 'Universe' is mapped as a network folder giving it a (X:\)
> network path.
> We can commit fine if we use ONE of the 6 subfolders. For example if I go
> into Eclipse and click on LF_FINS (which is located at X:\LF_FINS) I can
> commit everything I changed in that folder as well as update to HEAD inside
> that folder.
> The weird problem occurs if I want to commit changes from 2 or more folders
> inside project 'Universe'. If I click on Universe (project name), then do a
> Team-> Commit I receive the following error message:
> Path is not a working copy directory
> svn: '\' is not a working copy
> Notice how I'm using 2 subfolders of X:\ (LFUTILS and LF_FINS). Any idea why
> I would get this? I'm completely stumped as to why the ROOT directory of my
> project won't commit the changes in its subfolders. I have to manually go to
> each and every subfolder and do a Team-> Commit.
> If I do a Team-> Commit on one of the subfolders it works perfect:
> commit -m "" X:/LFPROGS/TEST_PROGRAM
> Sending        X:/LFPROGS/TEST_PROGRAM
> Transmitting file data ...
> Committed revision 185.
> Any ideas? Thanks.
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