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Re: problems storing to repository

From: Chris Beck <cbeck_at_gene.concordia.ca>
Date: 2004-12-16 22:50:23 CET

Hey Mike

I am unclear on something. When you created the project in eclipse from the project/trunk directory didn't that check out the files? So then why did you need to "File, Import"? Are these extra files from your working copy? If so then did you click each file and choose Team | Add to Version Control ?

Cheers,
Chris

It is whispered that mike was heard, on or about 12/16/04 14:33 to say:
> hi -
>
>
> i'm using subversion for the first time, trying to get it to work with
> eclipse using subclipse. when i "commit" new files to the repository,
> they don't seem to be stored.
>
> the process i used was this:
>
> 1) create directory structure for all my projects: <project>/trunk ,
> <project>/branches , <project>/tags.
>
> 2) import those directories into subversion.
>
> 3) in eclipse, created a project from the <project>/trunk directory by
> right-clicking the trunk directory in SVN view
>
> 4) "File, Import" my existing files into the Eclipse project (Java view)
>
> 5) tried to commit. nothing went into the repository.
>
>
> any suggestions?
>
>
> thanks

--
Chris Beck / Y.A.B.A. / Fungal Genomics / Concordia University / ext. 5791
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safety deserve neither liberty nor safety."
  -Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1753
Received on Fri Dec 17 08:50:23 2004

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