Mark Phippard wrote:
> > I can browse it in repositories view too. Can you try to checkout
> > jsvn using command line svn client, then add that dir as a project to
> > Eclipse workspace and then try to share it?
> Why wouldn't I just check it out using Subclipse (which I have done
> in the past). I do not understand how you checkout a project using
> the command line and then see it in Eclipse anyway. Why would
> Eclipse even know the project exists if you do not use the Eclipse UI
> to create the project? You cannot, generally speaking, just create
> stuff in your workspace and then use it in Eclipse. It ought to be
> created by Eclipse.
Well, there could be variety of reasons for that. For instance I could
loose my workspace and have to recreate it from scratch (or, say I need
to import existing project into a different workspace) and still have
local uncommitted changes. With CVS I can create new project in Eclipse,
point it to the existing source direcotry, attach and synchronize it
with remote CVS repository. I see no reasons why it should not be
possible with SVN.
If you prefer this approach then I can suggest to checkout it with
Subclipse, then disconnect it from SVN without deleting .svn directories
and then try to connect it back. Technically it will be the same as
checkout form command line and importing it into Eclipse, but if first
case will work and second will not, then it will mean that Subclipse is
not interoperable with command line svn or/and TortoiseSVN.
Received on Fri Jan 7 06:50:42 2005