Tutorial 10: Installing Subclipse SVN for Eclipse

Step 1: install MacPorts (if you don’t have it yet)

Step 2: install javaHL using MacPorts

this might take a while… go grab a cup of coffee

Step 3: install subclipse from Eclipse

“You can tell if JavaHL has loaded by looking at the Eclipse preferences under Team > SVN. If the library loaded correctly you will see the version of the library, otherwise it will show “Not available”. If a version of the library that is too old to use is found, then we do not load the library and it will show as “Not available”.”

Alternative Tutorial + Learn how to use SVN on Eclipse


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