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I'm trying to check out some code from my company's svn repository and I get this message on the console:

checkout https://svn.[company]/[repo]/Trunk/[project] -r HEAD \
   --depth=infinity --force
Couldn't perform atomic initialization
svn: Couldn't perform atomic initialization SQLite error
svn: SQLite compiled for 3.7.14.1, but running with 3.7.4

But, on the terminal, I can checkout the project without problems.

Has anyone been able to solve this problem as well?

I'm running Slackware64-current. Subversion is 1.7.8. SQLite is 3.7.14.1. On Eclipse I installed Subclipse from Eclipse Market, which (I believe) is currently at version 1.8.18, here's its about page:

about eclipse - subversion client

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What distribution are you running? What version(s) of svn and libsqlite3 do you have installed? Is Eclipse bringing its own svn or libsqlite? –  Gilles Mar 5 '13 at 22:10
    
I'm running Slackware64-current. Subversion is 1.7.8. SQLite is 3.7.14.1. On Eclipse I installed Subclipse from Eclipse Market, which (I believe) is currently at version 1.8.18 (will try to edit the original question to add the accordingly 'About Eclipse Features' image. –  gtludwig Mar 6 '13 at 11:38
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I experienced this problem after installing JBoss Tools in eclipse. Now neither subclipse not subversive work, failing with the same error you have (though I'm on slackware64-13.37 and sqlite 3.7.5). I suspect the solution is to downgrade to sqlite 3.7.4. Fortunately slackware makes that rather simple with the slackbuild scripts. Do you have JBoss Tools installed? Subclipse worked fine before I installed that.

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Thanks for the input. I'll check that out and will let you know the result. –  gtludwig Mar 15 '13 at 11:39
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