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Few problems I have seen on Subclipse 0.9.30 on a Windows box

From: Guy Levy <guy_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-10 00:36:04 CEST


My name is Guy, I have been working on Windows XP pro with Subclipse
(0.9.30, Eclipse 3.0) on a windows box.

While working on my Subversion project I have noticed few problems and
since I couldn't find an equivalent or matching issue in the bug
tracking system:


I have decided to ask the Subclipse community.


Here are the problems I have encountered while working with Subclipse:


1) Creating a new project using the 'New Project Wizard'


            SVN option doesn't appear in the 'New Project Wizard' popup
window from 'File' or the new project icon. One has to open the
Subversion repository and click on 'Add SVN Repository' in order to
checkout a repository.


            Steps to reproduce:

1) Open Eclipse and right click on 'File'

2) From the popup window you should have an SVN option

3) Click on 'Ctrl + N' you should have an SVN option



2) One can rename a directory however Copy function is broken:


            One can copy a directory however since that was committed
already the 'Add' option is commented out and we can't add that copied
directory to our new location in the repository, when we attempt to
delete/remove the newly copied directory we get an exception:

            "Problems encountered while deleting
resources.org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: Unmergeable
scheduling requested on an entry svn: 'FolderNameHere' is not under
version control"


            NOTE: this is a low priority or even a non issue since this
issue only occurs when we copy a directory that has been added and
committed to the repository (When I copied a directory from my local
drive I had no problems)


            Steps to reproduce:

1) Open your working subversion repository from Eclipse

2) Add 2 new directories 'Foo' and 'Bar' and then add and commit
them to the repository

3) Copy Directory 'Bar' into Dir 'Foo' and try to add and commit
(The Add option will be commented out and commit will say that there is
nothing to commit)

4) Try to delete the copied 'Bar' directory from 'Foo' you will
get the exception above


3) Show annotation generates an exception, even though the
operation was successful


            When we click on 'Show annotation' we get the results
however we also get this exception every single time we click on 'Show

            'An internal error occurred during: "Fetching affected






            Steps to reproduce:

1) Open your working Subversion repository from Eclipse

2) Edit any file and commit

3) Right click on the modified file and click on 'Team' >> 'Show

4) You will see the results in the SVN Annotate section however
the above exception will be generated as well


NOTE: I was able to reproduce the same problem (# 3) when attempting to
get 'Show properties'








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