It seems like svn:externals would do the job. Just create a separate
folder for each project with the folders it depends on in svn:externals
and then make a team project set for import. I haven't used subclipse
with externals before but I would say if it doesn't do the right thing,
then it's a bug.
As far as justifying the change to your team, what's to justify? I
mean, if you set it up and and test it the only difference to them will
be that they do a "import team project set" instead of running an ant
Meme Bag wrote:
> Can anyone out there help me? It sounds like if we switch to
> Subversion and we want to keep integration with Eclipse, we'll have to
> move our dependency info from ant scripts to Subversion externals
> properties. I'd really like to use Subversion but I don't think I can
> justify that sort of change to my team.
> */Meme Bag <email@example.com>/* wrote:
> What I'm trying to do:
> I'm trying to see how we can convert from our current SourceSafe
> version control system to Subversion. We develop many different
> products and need each Eclipse project to bind to multiple points
> in a common version control hierarchy.
> Currently each project has a "build" folder in source control that
> contains the ant scripts to build the project. Those ant scripts
> create directories for source, test source, resources, etc., when
> they run and fetch the files needed for a specific project. We
> run that in the root of an empty Eclipse project and then bind the
> folders it created to different folders in SourceSafe.
> When you say "use the svn:externals property within that project",
> I assume you mean a folder in Subversion (since I can't set a
> Subversion property on an Eclipse project). Does this mean that
> every Eclipse project will have to have its own folder in
> Subversion? And does it imply that ant will stop defining which
> files go into a project and Subversion will take over that
> responsibility via the externals property?
> When Subversion uses the svn:externals property to pull
> other items from the repository, does Subclipse know that the
> other items are under version control in Subversion? The
> documentation isn't clear about that.
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Received on Tue Apr 5 02:08:51 2005