Eugene Kuleshov <email@example.com> wrote on 01/06/2005 04:05:38 PM:
> Which version of Eclipse you are using?
> Can you do that with jsvn repository?
> I checkout http://18.104.22.168/svn/jsvn/trunk/ into c:/work/jsvn then
> created a correspond eclipse Java project using external dir
> c:/work/jsvn (no source folders) and then I've tried to connect that
> directory to jsvn repository at http://22.214.171.124/svn/jsvn/ using
> "trunk" as a module name.
I do not quite understanding what you are doing when you create your
project, perhaps it is an Eclipse 3.1 feature? It sounds like you are
creating a project locally in your workspace, and then pointing src
folders at an external location. That will not work because when we
examine the project folder, it will not have an .svn directory.
Can you do what I did? Have the entire project at an external location,
and then Import into your workspace? It doesn't copy the files, it just
points the project to the external location. This would mean you would
have to have the Eclipse .project and .classpath files in that location as
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