If you happens to be using 64-bit OS (Windows 7 64-bit, Ubuntu, OSX Lion, Mountain Lion), you may encounter a strange warning when using SVN in Eclipse. It is because you need a 64-bit SVN client to function properly. This is a tutorial on how to do so.
Step1. Install Subclipse
After you setup your Eclipse Juno environment, you can install Subclipse via the Eclipse Marketplace, which is a slick way to install plugins in Eclipse.
Step 2. Download SVN client
There are different svn clients you can choose from: WANdisco, SilkSVN, CollabNet, Win32svn etc
In this tutorial I use WANdisco, go to the download page to get the binary setup file.
Choose the vanilla Subversion if you don’t need to extra GUI features
Step 3. Install SVN client
On OSX it should look like this:
Now you’re good to go!