Yeah, I tried changing the private key format to Open SSH. You either have to specify the connection info in the SVN config file OR in subclipse. For example, I was getting authentication cancelled when i entered the username in the subclipse dialog box but left the password authentication empty opting instead for the config file with it's private-key.
So I left both the username and password box empty, passed -l username to the config file and it worked fine. On 8/26/05, Alexander Kitaev preferences, so that default auth cache will no longer be used.
I do not think this feature works consistently, so I would not recommend trying that option. Mark _____________________________________________________________________________ Scanned for Soft Landing Systems, Inc.
_____________________________________________________________________________ Share Project does not create trunk You should be able to just select trunk and do Checkout As Project and have it recreate the project with the correct name.
The Eclipse name lives in the .project file which should be checked in to trunk.
The rest of the issue seem like they are all related.
Like the project just is not checked out correctly. It's better indicated in 0.9.33, but I think that what happened was I set a property in the project by adding something to the svn:ignore and when I synchronized it was telling me the project had an outgoing change but it wasn't referring to any particular file. It appears in 0.9.33, that when you set a property you a get a little aseterik on the project icon in the Java perspective, is that correct? to make sure that's actually trying to read my file.
Does the help describe any of the other visual cues of the software, like the asterik, etc.? You may delete all files from "C:\Docs and Settings\username\Application Data\subversion\auth" directory to clear credentials cache.
Also, you may specify another configuration directory to use in Subclipse preferences, so that default auth cache will no longer be used.Alexander Kitaev, TMate Software, preferences, so that default auth cache will no longer be used.# All the modified or additional information will be updated on this post in order for everyone to get alwasys up-to date information. Here is the how-to for setting up the subversion client with eclipse and the server. Interrupted commit operations do not cause repository inconsistency or corruption.# After you've done this, some of you might need tomcat5 + Apache2 set up. Hope this will help you more productive coding : D First of all, regarding "Subversion" For more detail, please refer to Here is the snipet about the difference between CVS & Subversion. * Renamed/copied/moved/removed files retain full revision history. This reduces unnecessary network traffic to the repository host.* Native support for binary files, with space-efficient binary-diff storage. Entire directory trees can be moved around and/or copied very quickly, and retain full revision history. * Full MIME support - the MIME Type of each file can be viewed or changed, with the software knowing which MIME types can have their differences from previous versions shown."Eclipse" is a Integrated Development Environment which provides the platform of developing Java/C++ . Now let's get started to prepare the development environment for Ubuntu (Dapper).