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RTC / SVN integration - authenticate against SVN


john norris (20723241) | asked Jul 07 '09, 9:29 a.m.
I realise this is not strictly RTC but can find nothing in the subclipse manual or forums.
Using RTC with SVN as the database.
have installed subclipse 1.2.4 and created link to svn repository and a local workspace.
I have subversion 1.5.x installed along with a 1.5 tortoise. I have a 1.5 created working area.
I then created a working area via subclipse 1.2.4.
The reason authentication was not working was that details were out of date and subclipse looks to the simple directory in my home directory. So cleared that and re-enter user/pw when requested.
Now subclipse commit fails because "client is out of date - get newer client."
Using the new working area with tortoise gives a forbidden on commit.
But using tortoise on the old working area is successful.
Therefore installed SVN 1.6.3.
Can now use new subclipse created working area with tortoise.
But an update or commit within subclipse causes eclipse to crash and die.
Has anyone else had this problem?

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Michael Valenta (3.6k3) | answered Jul 08 '09, 12:26 p.m.
FORUM MODERATOR / JAZZ DEVELOPER
John,

I've encountered this as well but never figured out a work around. You
could either try Subversive since it's location specification page
allows you to provide a username and password or you could search or ask
on the Sublipse forums.

Michael

norricorp wrote:
I realise this is not strictly RTC but can find nothing in the
subclipse manual or forums.
Using RTC with SVN as the database.
have installed subclipse and created link to svn repository and a
local workspace.
The svn repository has access control. Any commit fails because no
dialog appears to add or cache user/pw.
Nor can I find a pref to cache this.
Thanks in advance
John

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