The weird thing was that I wasn’t getting the error when performing a checkout via the command line.
Thanks to Google (again), I found the solution here: “Re: Problem Mac/Eclipse/Subclipse” after several combinations of search keywords.
The solution is simply to modify the SVN Interface from Java HL (JNI) to SVNKit (Pure Java).
It looks like Git only has a partial subset of WTP. My workaround is to import the projects, but it would be nice to have the team capabilities in the same Eclipse.
If you use a proxy server, it sounds like it does not like the URL and rejected it.
no me reconoce el "location" a pesar de que envio el barrio con su respectivo id https://api.mercadolibre.com/classified_locations/neighborhoods/TUNPQj NERTQ2MDYy OA y me retorna el siguiente error de validación: The attributes [MCO1459-MTRS, MCO1459-ANTIG, MCO1459-BATHQTY, MCO1459-HABPISO] are required for category MCO1468.
Check the attribute is present in the attributes list or in all variation attributes combination.
The attributes [MCO1459-MTRS, MCO1459-ANTIG, MCO1459-BATHQTY, MCO1459-HABPISO] are required for category MCO1468.
Hi Stphane, If you get 403 you probably have access right problems. Maybe the user that Apache runs as, can't access that directory ? -----Original Message----- From: Stphane Mangeot [mailto:[email protected]] Sent: Friday, March 31, 2006 PM To: [email protected]: Can't access the repository by file:, svn:, ...
They don't have a download on the RIAForge site yet, but the files are available via SVN.
I loaded up the subclipse plugin into my Eclipse, restarted and began adding the Validat SVN repository.
Regardinf the try with file://, as far as I know, javahl does not support the file:// format. Hi all, I'm new to Subversion and first want to make a test on a local computer to access the repository via http.