Subversion

Subclipse 1.4.x Eclipse PDT 2.2

How to install Subclipse 1.4.x on PDT 2.2

  1. Install the JNI bindings to the Subversion libraries:
    apt-get update
    apt-get upgrade
    apt-get install libsvn-java
  2. Pass the JNI path to Eclipse PDT at launch.
    1. Right click on the Eclipse Custom Applicaiton Launcher.
    2. Select the Properties option.
    3. Add -vmargs -Djava.library.path=/usr/lib/jni to the command, so it should look like:

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Subversion Debian 5

How to Install Subversion on Debian 5

  1. Install Subversion
    apt-get -y install subversion

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Subclipse 1.6.x Eclipse PDT 2.2

How to install Subclipse 1.6.x on PDT 2.2

  1. Install the JNI bindings to the Subversion libraries
    yum install subversion-javahl
  2. Open Eclipse
  3. Select the Help > Install New Software... menu option
  4. Set the Work with field
    http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.6.x
  5. Click the Add... button
    1. Set the Name field
      Subclipse 1.6.x

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Subversion Fedora 13

How to Install Subversion on Fedora 13

  1. Install Subversion
    yum install subversion

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How to import a Subversion repository

This documentation uses variables denoted with a $ followed by a keyword, all this emphasized with red text (i.e. $variable).  These variables should be replaced with appropriate values.  Suggested default values are denoted with a variable followed by an equal sign and a value (i.e $variable = value).

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How to export a Subversion repository

This documentation uses variables denoted with a $ followed by a keyword, all this emphasized with red text (i.e. $variable).  These variables should be replaced with appropriate values.  Suggested default values are denoted with a variable followed by an equal sign and a value (i.e $variable = value).

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How to create a Subversion repository

This documentation uses variables denoted with a $ followed by a keyword, all this emphasized with red text (i.e. $variable).  These variables should be replaced with appropriate values.  Suggested default values are denoted with a variable followed by an equal sign and a value (i.e $variable = value).

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How to configure Subversion on CentOS RedHat Linux

This documentation uses variables denoted with a $ followed by a keyword, all this emphasized with red text (i.e. $variable).  These variables should be replaced with appropriate values.  Suggested default values are denoted with a variable followed by an equal sign and a value (i.e $variable = value).

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