How to export Subclipse SVN Repositories - Eclipse Juno, Subclipse 1.8.16
I would like to import / export my SVN Repository locations from Subclipse 1.8.16 under Eclipse Juno. Is that possible?
I saw that if you are using the Subversive SVN plugin for Eclipse you can do something like this: http://www.eclipse.org/subversive/documentation/teamSupport/SVNaction/location_ie.php
Is there any equivalent for Subclipse?
I migrated from Eclipse Indogo (3.7) to Juno (4.2). In Juno all toolbars seem to be permanently locked. Is there a way to unlock them so they could be moved or rearranged?
My boss just set up SVN repository for a new project on a new server (ubuntu). In Eclipse I wasn't able to add the repository to SVN repositories, I kept getting Network connection closed unexpected
I switched to Eclipse Juno for android development recently.When I press ctrl+space to see available proposals.But it shows No Default Proposals.
In Eclipse with the SVN plugin Subclipse. When I right click on a file and go Team --> Show History Then I select a version of the file I want to view,. All commands like Select all (Ctril-A) , co
I have been using the Subclipse API to create a plug-in for Eclipse that listens for Subversion events that happen through the Subclipse plug-in. I am basically implementing a listener interface that
I'm using Juno SR2 on Windows, with Subclipse 1.8 (JavaHL 1.7.9), against a svn:// repository. Sometimes during synchronization I would see some folder is marked in red as having conflict, the files u
I'm trying to add an SVN repository to Eclipse. I've installed Subclipse, and it seems to be working fine. But, when I try to add a new SVN repository, I input this, for example: http://svn.python.
Using Subclipse and SVN 1.6 When you synchronize views with the repository, you get the conflicting files and you can edit them by hand. But sometimes, you accidentally update, getting lots of version
I would like to be able to build Hadoop eclipse plugins from http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/hadoop/common/tags/ I have managed to get the source into my Eclipse workstation using subclipse, and now
In Eclipse Kepler apparently somehow I managed to install both versions into eclipse. So on import for instance there are two SVN entries one is Project from SVN the other is Checkout Projects fr
Hi i tried to upgrade my eclipse using like this. How to upgrade Eclipse for Java EE Developers from Juno to Kepler? But now my Eclipse start and close. I tried clean start. I don't want to install cl
since I use SpringSource ToolSuite 2.7.1 and installed the latest Subclipse Plugin (1.6.x), this plugin ask's me every time I commit something into the repo for my password, regardless I've enabled th
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Is there a simple way to solve the following problem? I have an eclipse workspace with a dynamic web project shared in svn using subclipse plug-in. The project is based on tomcat7. Now I would like to
I'm trying to use subclipse with github but i'm getting the following error when I try to commit Filesystem has no item svn: URL 'https://github.com/[name]/[repository]/[project]' non-existent in revi
I am wondering why I get this warning with the new eclipse Juno despite I think I correctly closed everything. Could you please tell me why I get this warning in the following piece of code? public st
Is there any way to make subclipse checkout a repository into a non-root folder of a project. In particular, I want to checkout into folder src/wavedev rather than just to the project root.
I know that when using Subversion, adding/copying/renaming files must be done via 'svn add' or 'svn copy' etc. In my Eclipse IDE, I use Subclipse to work with subversion. It's easy enough to add text-
I read that the producers of m2e has stopped producing m2e connectors for anything beyond svn 1.7. And Tigris has apparently taken up the slack to maintain the m2e-subclipse connector. Q1. My question
I have setup svn on my server and Subclipse at home. I am the only developer and am mainly using it for the backup and versioning features. Everytime I commit my changes I get eighter: Out Of date err
I'm having a bit of trouble making Subclipse work. I've got a working proyect in my local computer and I'm now trying to upload it to a SVN. Everything went great, except that when the other developer
I recently got involved in a Java project at work: we're using MyEclipse for the IDE, and Subclipse for source control integration. Since I am new to the project, I am currently submitting any changes
I am running a new install of Eclipse Juno on the same project I used Eclipse Indigo with and noticed that it hasn't kept my perspectives - is there any way to import these? Perspectives are not picke
I want all methods in my project to be minimalized from default. (now I can do this when I click minus button). Is there any setting in Eclipse Juno which let me do this?
Okay, so the author name that my commits happen under in Subclipse using SVN has unexpectedly changed from my username (which I have been using for the last 3 years) to 'svnsrvc', seemingly magically.
I have imported apache nutch from http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/nutch/trunk/ through SVN on eclipse; however, the project I have imported has 10k+ java errors: Some errors are due to source files b
I have installed subclipse and I have assigned the shortcut ctl-k to the commit command. Only problem is when I press ctl-k, it only attempts to commit the current file I have open in my editor. The o
I have checked out a bunch of java code using subversion 1.6 and then I imported those projects into eclipse. Subclipse 1.6 picked up the fact that the plugins are under version control, except for a
my eclipse plugin is comparing a specific revision of svn with the same revision that was patched by another user. i want to retrieve the content of a specific revision to my plugin, what is the best
I've had some issues with slowness switching tabs in Eclipse 4.2 Juno and was hoping someone might have some answers. The original delay was about 10 seconds which dropped to 2-4 once I specified the
Is there a way to add a hook to add the subversion revision to code. For example, if I do a save, could I invoke subclipse to get the latest revision of that file and add the comment.
I am attempting to upgrade my Eclipse Indigo to the latest version, Juno. I have already downloaded it. However, I have noticed my Android SDK is not installed. Is there a way to simply recover my p
I have added locations into Eclipse so I can, say, create projects from SVN locations. I am no longer using one of the SVN locations, but it still comes up in the list that appears when I go to Team &
I keep getting the following error when trying to install subclipse via Eclipse installer An error occurred while collecting items to be installed session context was:(profile=SDKProfile, phase=org.ec
I am working on an eclipse plug-in that uses the subclipse API to checkout and update some projects. In the case the SSL certificate on the server is not valid (expired), I want to show the confirmati
I am using Subclipse (Subversion integration in Eclipse). I now want to change the user credentials in subclipse. How do I do that? That is to login into subversion using another user account.
I have opened my SVN project in Eclipse Juno which was checked out in Indigo.... I am able to view all files and everything ....but not able to check in/synchronize since it is NOT showing any branch
I wrote a simple app for Android but now I want to put it into version control. So I installed Subclipse but there are two problems: My project is in [workspace]/MyApp but I want to move it into [wor
I want to install svn in Eclipse Juno but I found several things.. I have no access to Market Place and a popup shows me that error: Unexpected exception java.lang.reflect.InvocationTargetException
I had installed Collabnet Merge Client in eclipse by the following link Subclipse 1.8.x Update Site - http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.8.x. By right clicking the project Team->Merge eclipse d
I've been using eclipse for a couple years and I had it setup with subversion (subclipse). I don't really use subversion directly in eclipse but it is useful when refactoring (e.g., changing the name
To be specific, i've installed More Clipboard 1.6 in mu Eclipse Juno. Now i cant't find myself using it comfortably, so 've decided to remove it. So i uninstalled it from eclipse (help, about, etc), b
For a long time my subversion client was working just fine, and I used it for a while out of sts, but one day sts crashed and I rolled back to eclipse for a while and during that time I used subclipse
I am using SVN in Eclipse (Subclipse). It is frustrating to spend two hours to figure out (apparently simple task) how to absolutely commit your local files to repository (with no comparisons, no upda
My Google-fu is apparently weak on this subject, so I'm hoping one of you can help me out! I recently upgraded to Subclipse 1.8, which implements SVN 1.7, and I've noticed that after resolving a merge
Is there any way to kill an Eclipse background operation without killing Eclipse itself? Specifically, I want to kill stalled Subclipse SVN operations. Clicking 'cancel' pops up a little Cancel Reque
I uninstalled the subclipse 1.6.x version and then installed the subclipse 1.8.x, however, the files in the project are not recognized as being under version control (since the Team menu on files sh
I am using Subversive and I have the same question as Subclipse svn:ignore, but the solution did not work for me. Anyone knows how to add to svn:ignore files already added to a project with Sobversive
After updating to Eclipse Juno I found that it intermittently freezes when I change views. It also becomes slow. Adjusting the Heap size does not have any positive effect on the performance. How do I
I look at a method in some Java class. I want to know who worked on this method. Is there an easy way to get that information from Subclipse or SVN? And more general, how do I see who wrote / edited