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When I try and add a new SVN Repository: Url: Root url: No Authentication Validate Connection on Finish I get: Error validating location: "org.tigris.subversion.javahl. My work has a Proxy for web connections, which I have configured under the Install/Update portion of the preferences per the Subclipse instructions.

Client Exception: RA layer request failed svn: PROPFIND request failed on '/repos/asf/myfaces/trunk' svn: PROPFIND of '/repos/asf/myfaces/trunk': could not connect to server ( Keep location anyway? When I try and add a new SVN Repository: I've changed my Root url to what you suggest, with no change in the error. I guess next step is to head over to the Subclipse user mailing list and see if anyone over there has seen something similar.

When I try and add a new SVN Repository: I am using eclipse 3.1M6 and subclipse 0.9.30 with Java SVN and I have no problems to get and work with the myfaces SVN repository with anonymous identification, using url: repos: I am also using this combination to access to a local SVN repository... I used the commiters URL, and I can checkout, but then subclipse seems to loose track of the repository URL.

I think this is a subclipse problem, as it worked fine with an older version of subclipse (I have eclipse 3.1M6 subclipse 0.9.30.

Here’s a guide to show you how to make Eclipse IDE support Subversion (SVN) via Subclipse plugin.

Thanks -----Original Message----- From: Grant Smith [mailto:[hidden email Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 PM To: My Faces Discussion Subject: Re: Getting Subclipse to connect Neal Haggard wrote: Hi, I'm using Eclipse 3.1M4 and Subclipse 0.9.30 and I'm having trouble connecting to the Apache repository for My Faces.

My work has a Proxy for web connections, which I have configured under the Install/Update portion of the preferences per the Subclipse instructions.

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Here’s a guide to show you how to make Eclipse IDE support Subversion (SVN) via Subclipse plugin.Thanks -----Original Message----- From: Grant Smith [mailto:[hidden email]] Sent: Wednesday, May 11, 2005 PM To: My Faces Discussion Subject: Re: Getting Subclipse to connect Neal Haggard wrote: Hi, I'm using Eclipse 3.1M4 and Subclipse 0.9.30 and I'm having trouble connecting to the Apache repository for My Faces.My work has a Proxy for web connections, which I have configured under the Install/Update portion of the preferences per the Subclipse instructions.WANdisco provides up to date package for many Linux distributions.These packages are designed to replace/upgrade the ones that come with your distribution.

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