Subversion - plugin detail
Integrates Subversion actions into IDE workflow.
||NetBeans Rich Client Platform
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Introduces project level Subversion features. Version control actions, such as diff, update, and commit aid in streamlining typical team development cycles.
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Netbeans SVN diff sidebar not working
I've just run into this problem. I'm using
SVN (cli) version 1.8.0
I've checked out a SVN project and can see the [NEW] and [MODIFIED] labels next to each file but the diff sidebar isn't working. I've tried changing the editor colors and changing the diff sidebar colors but no luck.
Does anyone know a fix for this? The diff sidebar is very handy and I would really like to have this functionality restored.
Posted by simon333 on Jul 25, 2013
Diff sidebar doesn't work with SVN 1.7
Yes but what about "Diff sidebar" - where it shows changes made. Now it doesn't show this changes. And it's very sad :(
Posted by akonev on Feb 10, 2012
Work with SVN 1.7
@floox_pl work for me, steps:
1. Install/Upgrade svn to 1.7 (C:\Program Files\Subversion\)
2. Set svn path in NB: Options>Miscellaneous>Versioning>Subversion>Path "C:\Program Files\Subversion\bin"
3. Set -J-DsvnClientAdapterFactory=commandline in netbeans.conf file following http://wiki.netbeans.org/FaqSvnCli. (Thank you @fzimandl for tip :) )
Same possible with TortoiseSVN only. Install TortoiseSVN with "Command line tools" feature, and use "C:\Program Files\TortoiseSVN\bin\" as path in step #2.
PS: Web-site link http://subversion.netbeans.org/ seems to be broken.
Posted by vitrilo on Jan 16, 2012
Subversion doesn't work on SVN new file format
yup, same problem here..
After tortoiseSVN update subversion plugin in netbeans stoped working.
It's because file format changed. Always '.svn' directory was in every directory but after update there is only one '.svn' dir in the main directory.
I've added that line in conf file but this doesn't help :(
Looking on last update date of Subversion plugin (2007 year) I'm afraid i must change my IDE because Subversion will not work any more. Or somebody create new plugin?
Posted by floox_pl on Nov 07, 2011
Read the FAQ
All you need is just to force NB to use up-to-date command-line subversion client. More in the wiki:
Posted by fzimandl on Nov 03, 2011
RE: Fails with new SVN 1.7
I had a similar problem with a different package. I solved it by doing a REPAIR install with the new version of TortoiseSVN, then creating a new local directory for the repository and doing a fresh SVN Checkout.
Posted by seascoot on Oct 31, 2011
Fails with new SVN 1.7
Same problem with No1Maverick !! Any solution
Posted by ozkan on Oct 25, 2011
Fails with new SVN 1.7
Just updated my TortoiseSVN today, which forced me to upgrade all my local copies. Now I get this error in Netbeans 7.0.1:
org.tigris.subversion.javahl.ClientException: The path 'C:\wamp\www\mysitehere' appears to be part of a Subversion 1.7 or greater working copy. Please upgrade your Subversion client to use this working copy.
Posted by No1Maverick on Oct 25, 2011
Having this plug-in built into standard NetBeans was the catalyst for me to upgrade from NB5.5 to 6.0. It's a very good SVN client and does nearly everything I want
Posted by sinewalker on Oct 21, 2008