jay+macports at covariant.org
Thu Sep 11 06:56:26 PDT 2008
Just to add some more data points. First, "it works for me". I'm
runing OS/X 10.5.4, Eclipse 3.4.0I20080607-2000, Subclipse 1.4.2,
Subversion Client Adapter 1.5.1, Subversion Native Library Adapter
1.5.1. Via MacPorts, I have installed:
subversion @1.5.1_0 (active)
subversion-javahlbindings @1.5.1_0 (active)
subversion-perlbindings @1.5.2_0 (active)
Subversion and the javahlbindings were installed on August 1 (almost
certainly after an immediately preceding `port sync`).
What are the differences you guys might notice between your systems
On Sep 10, 2008, at 12:24 PM, Troy Daley wrote:
> I have 2 options in the "SVN interface" section under Preferences-
> JavaHL (JNI) Not Available
> SVNKit (Pure Java) SVNKit v1.2..0.4710
> Generally, the JavaHL option works better for me (it is faster),
> however as you can see it's "Not Available" So I use the SVNKit
> option, which I believe is an optional plugin under the subclipse
> plugin. If you look at the update site subclipse.tigris.org/
> update_1.4.x there is an "SVNKit Adapter BETA (optional)" option.
> Seems to work, but it's slow for me.
> Hope that helps, and sorry for the eclipse clutter in the macports
> On Wed, Sep 10, 2008 at 10:46 AM, Frank Schima <macsforever2000 at macports.org
> > wrote:
> Hi Troy,
> On Sep 10, 2008, at 7:15 AM, Troy Daley wrote:
> I'm using eclipse with subclipse (the Subversion plugin). There is
> an option to use JavaHL bindings (macports port subversion-
> javahlbindings) to call out to the subversion client on your
> machine, rather than use the pure java client which we've had speed
> issues with. Normally, the plugin will detect JavaHL and present it
> as an option. This used to work for me, but it stopped working some
> time ago as I updated subversion and subversion-javahlbindings.
> While svn works fine from the command line, and all of the expected
> libraries are present and in the correct place for the subversion-
> javahlbindings project, it still doesn't work.
> I spoke to the subclipse maintainer and he agreed that everything
> appears to be in the correct place, but it looks like the subclipse
> code is having problems loading those libraries. He hyphothisised
> that it may be due to dependency issues with the bindings package.
> Now it so happens that I went through force removed inactive
> packages and I wondered if I had broken something. So I just wanted
> to go back through and rebuild everything to guarentee that
> dependencies weren't an issue, which is why I was asking about a
> sanity check or a rebuild world command.
> I doubt that this is a macports issue at all, and I don't expect
> this list to help me with eclipse issues, which is why I didn't
> elaborate in my previous email. I was just hoping to rule out
> macports as an issue in this case.
> FWIW, I am also using Eclipse with the subclipse plug-in and the
> MacPorts version of subversion (with subversion-javahlbindings). I
> have the exact same problem with it - and I also just use the
> command line. So I don't think anything is wrong with your MacPorts
> setup, but I do think that something may be wrong the subversion-
> javahlbindings port.
> I'm curious that you mentioned using the pure Java client. In the
> Eclipse preferences, under Team->SVN I am not able to select any
> client in the popup menu - it is active but there is nothing to
> choose! Is that not true for you?
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