"Demyanovich, Craig - Apogent" <email@example.com> wrote on
08/16/2004 03:35:50 PM:
> > Neither, the command-line client, nor TortoiseSVN "use" the
> > recommended
> > layout either. They both just give you the raw tools to do
> > what you deem
> > approriate. Subclipse is the same. If you want to use the
> > recommended
> > layout from Subclipse, just use the SVN Repository Explorer
> > to create the
> > remote Project folder as well as the subfolders, and then
> > when you do Team
> > -> Share Project specify the URL to the trunk folder.
> I'm giving that a try. I created new remote folders following the
> guidelines from the SVN book: <project-name>, trunk, branches and tags.
> Now, when issuing the Team -> Share Project command, do I want to
> A) use an existing repository location and specify the URL in the "Use
> specified module name" field of the Enter Module Name step
> B) create a new repository location, specifying the URL as
> Option A doesn't seem right. Option B seems more likely what I want to
> yet the terminology is confusing: I already have a "repository
> the Eclipse sense; why would I want to "create" another one? Please
I think you are right, I got a bit confused there. The feature used to
now work at all, but does in the newer Eclipse 3 builds (although not the
most current one). However, I do not think it can share to a "deep URL"
for lack of a better description.
What I have always done is use Tortoise to create the initial import, and
then use Subclipse to check back out.
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