Validating location org tigris subversion javahl

03 Jun

When I enter the URL in Subclipse and press Next, I get an error message of the form: SVN for the "SVN Interface".On mine I have "SVNKit (Pure Java) SVNKit v1.3.5.7406. Next I am shown a message saying, "You appear to be checking out the root of your repository. Error Getting Dir list" I ran into the above issues before on another machine and after upgrading the svn client version to match the server's version and installing the Subclipse 1.8.22 version, I got everything to work correctly. Next I am shown an error message, ' Folder " does not exist remotely.' 7. Client Exception: svn: URL 'SVN for the "SVN Interface". Next I get the error message, "'SVN Checkout' has encountered a problem. When I enter the URL in Subclipse and press Next, I get an error message of the form: Error validating location: "org.tigris.subversion.javahl.Thank you, Peter -- View this message in context: thank you for trying to help me!Note that I edited my earlier post to include the screen shot on what the installation details look like on the machine where Subclipse 1.8.22 works with a client and server svn version of 1.7.14.

Next I am shown an error message, 'Folder " does not exist remotely.' 7. I am trying to use the Subclipse plugin version 1.6.18 from Document List? Do I need to do something so that "Java HL (JNI)" is installed? Attached is the Help-Installation Details screen on the machine where Subclipse is working: Am I missing some installed software to make Subclipse work correctly with a client svn version of 1.6.11 with a server svn version of 1.7.14? Next I select "Check out as a project in the workspace" 9. On the machine where I am having an issue with Subversion 1.6.11, I can run an "svn ls" command on the URL I am entering into Eclipse in a terminal window. Next I am shown a message saying, "You appear to be checking out the root of your repository. Error Getting Dir list" I did exactly the same steps on a machine where Subclipse works correctly and the one where it doesn't. I am using the svn ssh protocol for specifying the URL.When I open a terminal window and change to the workspace where I extracted the files with the above import, I see the following: # svn --version svn, version 1.6.11 (r934486) compiled Mar 4 2015, # svn info svn: The path '.' appears to be part of a Subversion 1.7 or greater working copy.Please upgrade your Subversion client to use this working copy.