On Fri, 18 Feb 2005 20:36:02 -0500, Mark Phippard wrote:
>> I've seen several posts that *claim* that subclipse will
>> auto detect the metadata and just attach and the "UI" will let me know
>> that it is doing this, but I have failed to see this happen.
> The key point here is that Subclipse does do this, so if when you run the
> Team -> Share option, after selecting SVN as the provider, if the first
> wizard screen does not indicate that it found .svn folders along with the
> repository path inside the folder, then STOP. Don't complete the wizard.
It does this to me every time so far.
> There are a few different ways to link in an existing project. One that I
> found always works is to use the File -> Import option and then select
> Existing Project. After doing so, you do Team -> Share. Again, if the
> Wizard does not say that it found the existing .svn metadata, then Cancel
> the wizard.
I tried that and it didn't work either, it still want me to attach to an
existing SVN repository or create a new one.
Is there anyway to modify the .project file or the .metadata in the
workspace to *fool* subclipse that it IS attached to an SVN repository?
Received on Tue Feb 22 03:52:40 2005