January 7, 2009 at 5:28 pm #293212
Can someone direct me to instructions for installing subversive in MyEclipse 6.6?
What I get on-line and in the help seems to be some previous version or the non-myEclipse since it goes right from
Help > Software Updates…’
to a dialog skipping the submenu in the help menu and the first screen which asks for a radio choice.
I have reverted my install to just before I tried to add Subversive, but can’t seem to get things running.January 7, 2009 at 6:32 pm #293213
The sites in my update list are (after exporting)
<site name=”Subversive SVN connectors update site 2.0.x” url=”http://www.polarion.org/projects/subversive/download/eclipse/2.0/update-site/” web=”false” selected=”false” local=”false”/>
<site name=”The Eclipse Project Updates” url=”http://update.eclipse.org/updates/3.3″ web=”false” selected=”false” local=”false”/>
<site name=”Subversive update site 0.7.x (Incubation)” url=”http://download.eclipse.org/technology/subversive/0.7/update-site/” web=”false” selected=”false” local=”false”/>
<site name=”MyEclipse 6.5 Edition Discovery Site” url=”http://downloads.myeclipseide.com/downloads/products/eworkbench/discovery-6.5/” web=”false” selected=”false” local=”false”/>January 7, 2009 at 6:38 pm #293214
I guess I should mention that after reverting to a previous install and reinstalling subversive and updating from the 6.6 update site, I am in the same state I was. This is that I can see the SVN repository, but Team only says “Apply Patch…” and there is no SVN menu, thus I seem to have some but not all features. Note also that TortoiseSVN runs great from a Windows File Explorer.
Another question: Is there some general Eclipse log I can look at? I thought there was, but I’m not seeing an appropriate view to bring up to check for errors after starting up MyEclipse with Subversive installed.
-PaulMarch 2, 2010 at 12:04 pm #306479
Try the following:
1: Rename the existing project to an arbitrary name of your choice…
2: Create an empty project of the same type with the name of your original project…
3: From the windows file manager; copy the contents of the renamed project to the newly created empty project… (Do not copy any of the eclipse directories except .classpath)
4: Return to MyEclipse and refresh both projects…
5: Delete the original renamed project…
The SVN menu options should be restored…March 2, 2010 at 11:33 pm #306497
Thank you GeneralMartok.