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This is VERY weird. I've been using Eclipse for over 4 years, and for some reason my Subversion integration disappeared today. I've uninstalled and reinstalled Subclipse 3 times already and it never re-appears. My installation log and configuration shows subclipse installed, but all I have under 'Team' in preferences is 'CVS', no Subversion. What would make this happen?


After an upgrade to eclipse via update-manager on Ubuntu, my team provider plugins appeared again and are working perfectly. Very bizarre.

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What version of Eclipse? What version of Subclipse? Do you have the right version of JavaHL: ? Did you update or install any other software recently? – Velociraptors Jul 29 '10 at 23:43
I just noticed that HgEclipse is not working either. All my addon Team Providers are not available. Eclipse SDK Version: 3.5.2 Build id: M20100211-1343 I have the proper version of JavaHL according to that compatibility table. No new software as far as I can tell. – purecharger Aug 4 '10 at 16:51
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I finally solved this by deleting both my ~/.eclipse directory and my workspace directory. I then reinstalled the Subclipse and MercurialEclipse plugins and SVN/Mercurial show up as Team Synchronization options.

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Exactly same symptoms today with Eclipse Kepler. The whole SVN kit and kaboodle seems to have been uninstalled (even if (some?) files are still on disk)! Deleted the .eclipse and workspace directories, reinstalled SVN and connectors, reimported the project, everything back to normal. +1 – lserni Oct 15 '13 at 10:30

Any luck? Maybe try Subversive if for some reason Subclipse does not work. Also verify that you didn't remove svn from the system path.

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I like the Subversive suggestion since I can't get Subclipse to work with Eclipse either. – Brian Knoblauch Aug 4 '10 at 18:54

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