SVN now impossible with OS X

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SVN now impossible with OS X

Postby d.pearce1417196993 » Fri Nov 28, 2014 7:53 pm

Hi,

I have been messing around for 2 days with SVN on my OS X build.

Appear to have sorted out Java HL

I now get an error:
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    Couldn't perform atomic initialization
svn: Couldn't perform atomic initialization
SQLite error
svn: SQLite compiled for 3.8.7.1, but running with 3.8.5


yet I have 3.8.7.1 in me /usr/local/Cellar directory.

At a total loss what this error means. Is there something in eclipse i need to change. This is soul destroying!!!

any hints

David
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Re: SVN now impossible with OS X

Postby d.pearce1417196993 » Sat Nov 29, 2014 3:00 pm

In the true spirit of the forum, I have now answered my own question!!!

But what a ballsache!

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replace version to 3.8.5.0, it's ok.

1, # brew uninstall sqlite

2, # brew uninstall subversion

3, # brew edit sqlite

modify following content:

  3 class Sqlite < Formula
  4   homepage "http://sqlite.org/"
  5   url "https://www.sqlite.org/2014/sqlite-autoconf-3080500.tar.gz"
  6   version "3.8.5.0"
  7   sha1 "7f667e10ccebc26ab2086b8a30cb0a600ca0acae"

34   resource "docs" do
35     url "https://www.sqlite.org/2014/sqlite-doc-3080500.zip"
36     version "3.8.5.0"
37     sha1 "c5655a4004095c50dc8403661e0ed02fd4191d57"
38   end
like vim , :wq to save changes and quit.

4, # brew install --universal --java subversion

5, # rm -f /Library/Java/Extensions/libsvnjavahl-1.dylib delete symbolic link file;

6, # sudo mkdir -p /Library/Java/Extensions
    # sudo ln -s /usr/local/lib/libsvnjavahl-1.dylib /Library/Java/Extensions/libsvnjavahl-1.dylib

7, reboot Eclipse, it's OK.


It now works.

Much as I live, love and breath Servoy and appreciate this is not Servoy or its fault. It is a great shame that things like this suddenly break and dont appear to be fixed by installs within Eclipse.
I look back on the days of taking a filemaker disc out of the box and double clicking install! I guess the answer is filemaker would never have an SVN feature!

Anyway for all other lost SVN mac people, the above fix works.

David
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