Subversion 1.5 and 7.0.2

Can intellij 7.0.2 work with svn 1.5 ?

I get "client too old to work with working copy XXX"
While TortoiseSVN works great.

Thank you!



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Can intellij 7.0.2 work with svn 1.5 ?


Hey, is SVN 1.5 already released? That would be damn good news!

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Sorry missed a 4

Subversion 1.4.5
Thank you

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I resolved that by doing the following:

Settings --> Project Settings: Version Control(4) --> click the "Configure VCS..." button on the right; With Subversion selected in the list, I selected the "Upgrade automatically (Use Subversion 1.4)" option. (see attached)

That seemed to resolve it. We use CVS at work. But just this weekend I started a personal project at home and am using Subversion for it. So I have all of 1/2 day Subversion experience. So my answer may not be the official answer. But it worked. (I'll probably go and make that setting the default in my template project since the only subversion I'll be using is at home.)



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Hi Mark, thank you for your replay.
I changed intellij settings as you described,
But still the same.
I restarted intellij several times, is there any additional step required to initiate the repository conversion?

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Sorry - that's all I have. Again, I am new to use of subversion through IDEA myself. At this point I think a JetBrains representative needs to step in and answer your question.

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Is your project already a subversion 'working copy'?



What happens when you use the subversion command 'svn status' in your project?

I have not tried this, but I think Idea has an 'integrate' command that can be used to place the current project into subversion, then do an in-place checkout.

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Thank you Dave
>>Is your project already a subversion 'working copy'?
>>[are there '.svn' subdirectories off each revision controlled directory??]
Yap. i used older svn version.

>>What happens when you use the subversion command 'svn status' in your project?
Nothing
x:\svn st
x:\

>>I have not tried this, but I think Idea has an 'integrate' command that can be used to place the current project into subversion, then do an in-place checkout. [I usually start by checking out a working copy, and then create an Idea project.
Idea recognizes it as a working copy]

I exported the repository without the .svn folders using TortoiseSVN and reopen the intellij and removed SVN support and reconfigured it
Now I don't have SVN support at all :(

Mabe vista is the cause for this behaviour?

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I guess this must be some configuration issue on your side, I'm using 1.4.5 without any problems here

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The funny thing is that there is nothing to configure :)

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did you try a fresh checkout, creating a new project?

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Did it – now I am able browse the SVN repository,
But I don’t have SVN options from svn menu (right click on source -> subversion)

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Is the project configured as a Subversion project? Settings Not seeing source control menu options is typical due to the project not being configured for that flavor of version control.

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Hi
As you can see the in image 1-2 the configuration is usual,
I am able to do all SVN operations (update / diff etc) from the vista tortoise menu as you can see in image 4,
But I don’t have the SVN menu in idea, except of "show history",
When I click the "show history" menu, I am getting "you client is too old" message ..

I am pretty sure this problem related to vista
Collages on the same project, working on the same env and ide without any problem.

Thank you
Sharon



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