I have not done it yet, but I would assume you could just take a project
in Eclipse and do Team -> Share Project and pik your Subversion
repository. As for branching, there is an option in the repository
explorer to create folders, and you can use the copy and paste context
menu's to copy a project and make a branch.
"Jon Harris" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 03/07/2004 07:01:30 PM:
> Is there an easy way to perform an initial import into an empty
> subversion repository using eclipse? I have created a repository,
> and it is showing up in eclipse. Or do I need to perform the first
> import using svn import from the command line?
> Also, I want to do some work with branches... Is there a way to
> create branches through subclipse, or must I do this from the command
> Assuming that I am using branches, does subclipse allow merging of
> branches, and is it possible to switch between branches when
> checking out files?
> Jon Harris.
Received on Mon Mar 8 13:13:00 2004