Re: Atomic commit with multiple projects
"Aaron Digulla" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Maybe there is a trick to do it: You can check-out everything as one big
> project and then open each project in Eclipse. When you want to do commits
> over project boundaries, do the commits with the SVN command line. Since
> subversion and subclipse work on the same data, they automatically
> each other.
That's what I do on my current project. We completely check out trunk,
which has sub-directories for our Eclipse and non-Eclipse projects. You need
to svn:ignore the ".metadata", but otherwise things work great. Given that
your projects likely have many interdependencies, being able to do updates
and commits from the root above the projects works very well.
Received on Mon Oct 25 04:25:38 2004
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