If you have a big project you try to check in to a subversion repository, eclipse can get part of the way through and then just hang. The only solution is to end task (or force quit on OSX).
But there is a solution!
This one eluded me (and google) for some time, but I am pleased to say that with the help of the Eclipse mailing list I have found the answer.
Open up the Eclipse preferences, choose Team -> SVN -> Console and uncheck the box that says ‘Limit Console Output’. With this option checked it seems that once Eclipse reaches the limit of the console output, it just freezes. I’m now able to check in a project with a lot of files and it’s all working excellently.
This article was originally posted (by me) at the Java Answers Forum
This has caused me considerable headache, but I think I’ve pinned it down now….
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