Matt Cristantello <email@example.com> wrote on 07/08/2004 03:02:29 PM:
> >1. So your projects have already been places in the repository in this
> The files making up the projects are already in the repository before I
> try to use them from SVN.
> >If that is the case, you ought to be just defining your SVN repository
> >the SVN Perspective, you then browse the repository, pick your project
> >do a Check out. This populates the workspace and has you all connected
> >to go.
> The problem with Check Out is that it first attempts to delete
> everything that is in the workspace location -- obviously a bad idea
> when this is a shared location for multiple developers, since
> uncommitted changes get blown away. Is there a way to tell it to not
> delete the files first if it finds them there?
> If it helps put things in perspective, the project location is the
> webroot of our development webserver, so the files need to go there in
> order to be easily tested.
Does Eclipse even allow you to do this and work this way? I have never
heard of anyone doing that. I guess I cannot help, I would recommend a
more conventional setup where developers have private workspaces. Eclipse
has "deploy" plugins that can use FTP or WebDAV to populate an external
location if that helps.
Received on Fri Jul 9 05:07:59 2004