I've been using eclipse for a couple years and I had it setup with subversion (subclipse). I don't really use subversion directly in eclipse but it is useful when refactoring (e.g., changing the name of a file or moving a file to another package) because it would do the adds and moves for me and becomes almost impossible to refactor without this feature.But I upgraded to indigo and my subversion libraries were gone. So I installed subclipse again (1.6, using SVNKit 1.3.5) and it seems to recognize all my repository settings. However, when I do any refactoring it doesn't do any of the behind the scenes changes it used to.For example, if I rename a file it seems to create the file and update all of the code references, but when I do a 'svn status' on the command line it doesn't have the 'D' (deleting existing file) and 'A+' (adding with history) that I'd expect, but instead has a '!' (original file missing) and '?' (don't recognize new file).Any suggestions? This was working fine before the upgrade to indigo.I have also tried using subversive but had the same problems.I also tried subclipse 1.8 but it seems to only use the HL version of subversion and I'm on a mac and would prefer the pure java (SVNKit) option.My local subversion client is version 1.6 (default on Mac OSX.7).