Buday Gergely István <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 02/28/2005
> > Ideally, you should let Subclipse create the trunk folder,
> > not that what
> > you did shouldn't work as well.
> How does it create it automatically? I named my next module "dots"
> "dots/trunk", but it did not create "trunk". Sorry for my dumb
It will not create dots/trunk, but it will create "trunk" inside "dots"
provides the latter already exists. To do this, you need to take the "Use
specified module name" option and then type in "dots/trunk" for the module
name. Essentially, it tacks on whatever you type to the URL for the
connection, so you may need to specify more or less to get the right path.
It will then run svn mkdir to create that path. The issue is that svn
mkdir will currently only create the last folder in the URL, and will
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Received on Tue Mar 1 02:23:06 2005