I have the following problem:
I'm using Eclipse with the Subclipe SVN plugin installed. When I update the sources outside of Eclipse, (e.g. doing a
svn update in the working copy) and a "refresh" in Eclipse,
all the sources seem to be not under version control anymore. They all got a Questionmark and the "add to version control..."-option. When I try to do an Update or some other subversion operation, I get the following error message:
org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: svn: '/home/tim/workspace/myproject' is not a working copy svn: Cannot read from '/home/tim/workspace/myproject/.svn/format': /home/tim/workspace/myproject/.svn/format (No such file or directory) org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: svn: '/home/tim/workspace/myproject' is not a working copy svn: Cannot read from '/home/tim/workspace/myproject/.svn/format': /home/tim/workspace/myproject/.svn/format (No such file or directory)
When I disconnect the project and share it again, everything is back to normal. I guess this could be a version conflict between the integrated Subversion SVN lib and the svn-command version, right?
So my question is: How can I get this back to work properly?
Eclipse 3.5.1 Subclipse 1.4.8 Subversion Client Adapter 1.5.3 Subversion Native Library Adapter (JavaHL) 1.5.7 SVNKit Client Adapter 188.8.131.52 SVNKit Library 184.108.40.20621
svn, Version 1.6.5 (r38866) Aug 31 2009, 18:42:02
lately updated to Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic
Just checked in another workspace. When I do a
svn update, the file called "format" gets deleted.
As jor pointed out, the problem was a version conflict. I had already tried to find updates in eclipse, but that didn't worked out, because subclipse changes the update site for every point release. As you can read here:
The recommended procedure to upgrade Subclipse to a new 1.x to 1.y release is to follow the first-time install instructions. Enter the update site URL for the new release stream into the Eclipse update manager and this will install the new version on top of your existing installation. This process works more reliably than asking Eclipse to check for updates.