Holger Stratmann <email@example.com> wrote on 03/15/2005 07:25:22 AM:
> how can I specify a "checkout target" in subclipse?
> I'd like to have an option "checkout into existing project" like the one
> CVS offers.
> Am I just missing it or is it just missing? ;-))
> Well, if it's not there (yet?), I would like Subclipse to checkout into
> the source folder of a newly created project.
> What am I doing wrong?
> I chose: "checkout as", chose a new Java project, and configure the
> source and target folders.
> However, these seem to be completely ignored by Subclipse, which always
> checks out to the project root.
> That's NOT what I want! I have my Java sources and my compile target set
> to different locations and don't want to mix Java sources and Eclipse
> If I move the Java files after checkout, they're no longer recognized by
> Subclipse... :-(
> How can I do it in Subclipse?
Subclipse does not have this feature. It only supports having the entire
project under version control. You should be able to use Checkout As ...
to create a project as part of the checkout process. Then just add the
.project and .classpath files to the svn:ignore list so that you do not
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Received on Wed Mar 16 00:27:56 2005