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The Subversive Getting Started instructions are very unclear at this point on what should be installed but the examples shown imply that one just selects all of the connectors so I selected the whole group of them. So next I attempted to set up an actual connection to an SVN repository.
I am trying to get the source code for a project called JWeb Mail and I was also following their installation instructions found at 5 says - "After Eclipse restarts, use pulldown menu File / Import and import from Subversion.
But you can use svn ssh:// protocole over the internet without any problem. From an email: Today (2010-01-10) I installed Subclipse on Windows 7.
You can use Subclipse with svnserve and without Apache. Some more steps were needed: - / - - download path has changed - - is a now, the is part of - - unpack the content (not the folder) of SVNService folder of to the subversion bin folder - Run SVNService as Administrator - - ...
Nothing happens for a further while, and then I get an error alert stating: "Location information has been specified incorrectly. svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/svn/subclipse" What am I doing wrong? One must either get the firewall to open the 3690 port, or go through a proxy server if there is one. So I added two more sites in the Software Updates and Add-ons by first going to the website - src=ecli pseproject and from there (I guessed because I am using GANYMEDE Eclipse, so based on the name...) that I should install the following two site URLs - /2.0/ganymede-site/ tions/ganymede-site/ and then I took another guess and installed everything under the subgroup called Subversive SVN Connectors.Selected SVN connector library is not available or cannot be loaded.
So I did and yes there appears to be a list selector called SVN Connector but NOTHING can be selected! Dunno what an SVN connector really is, how to tell if they got installed properly (appears they didn't would be my guess), which one I should be using IF I was able to select one (would have guessed again...) nor what I might have done wrong.... Appreciate any help offered, and thanks in advance... Hello Marc, I agree that Subversive installation process seems a little complicated.
Anywise I will try to recreate the steps I took and perhaps some kind guru will lead me to the light...