I'm having the same problem. I'm using win7, eclipse, android sdk with eclipse plugin and subclipse, but subclipse won't show up.
Is there a way around this which don't require me to uninstall eclipse?
Thanks very much for the response. I ended up downloading the Eclipse all-in-one for PHP developers and managed to install svn on that no problem. I don't know why it didn't work on the classic Galileo version.
Yin Qu wrote:
It should create a perspective called SVN Repository Exploring.
Can you find "SVN" in Preferences / Team?
I could have subclipse installed and working, but when I install other plugins for eclipse, subclipse doesn't work properly :(
Are you running Windows 7 Enterprise? It works well in my laptop (Windows 7 Pro), but not in my desktop (Windows 7 Ent).