|Indigo Update Site Issues [message #1441180]
||Thu, 09 October 2014 11:11
| Dirk Fauth
Registered: July 2012
I'm not sure if this is the right place to post this issue, but maybe you can help me to solve it anyhow.
I am trying to build up a target definition for an Eclipse RCP project based on Indigo. The project uses several SVN features in the back, so there are dependencies to the Subversive features.
Using the Indigo Software Site http://download.eclipse.org/releases/indigo I am able to add
Subversive SVN Team Provider 0.7.9.I20110819-1700
to my target definition.
Now I want to add the SVN Connectors and SVNKit 1.7.4 via
But trying to do this I get the error that org.polarion.eclipse.team.svn.connector.svnkit1.7.feature.group 2.3.0.I20120520-1700 requires org.eclipse.team.svn.feature.group [0.7.9.I20120413-1700,1.0.0) which can not be found.
From what I know about OSGi versioning and specifying version ranges, the version range definition of the SVNKit feature seems to be too restrictive. It uses the build timestamp, which points to a later time than the team provider that is part of the Eclipse Indigo p2 repository.
If I understand correctly it is not possible to configure SVN in a target definition because of the too restrictive version constraints. Or is it possible somehow to get it working otherwise? For me it looks like Subversive is not installable or usable in an Indigo environment.
Really appreciate any help.
P.S. Maybe it is possible to use a more current version, but the main goal is to migrate in steps to a best practice project setup, and I want to migrate step by step without version changes of libraries while doing other stuff.
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