Eugene Kuleshov <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 01/04/2005 11:24:00 AM:
> In my case Subclipse just deleting all .svn directories if they
> already there or complaining that artifact already exists. Am I doing
> something wrong?
There are two "modes" for Share Project.
1) New unversioned project to be added to the repository. Wizard walks
you through process of selecting repository provider, specifying location
in repository etc.. This then creates the project folder in the
repository, and then checks it back out. This turns your project into a
WC (where everything is unversioned) and you can then add/commit.
2) Project is somehow already a valid WC. In this mode, you get an
immediate dialog that tells you it found the .svn folders as well as some
other info, such as the target repository. It then offers to "connect"
the WC up to Subclipse, which simply does some kind of internal
registration within Eclipse.
It sounds like you are not getting the dialog in #2, and it is proceeding
down path #1. We should examine why. I am not sure what Subclipse
checks. It may just check for a .svn folder in the project root -- that
seems most likely.
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Received on Wed Jan 5 04:26:21 2005