Ronald Sacher <email@example.com> schrieb am 04/12/2005 02:28:12 PM:
> am Dienstag, 12. April 2005 um 14:15 schrieben Sie:
> >> - create repos location http://server/svn/repos1
> > I cannot - the repository already exists and I can only access it
> > using svn:// URL, not through http://.
> I think the problems is elsewhere. So don't care about the protocol.
> >> - create remote folder test-dir
> > The folder which I want to check out also already exists.
> Ok. Just for naming reasons... This time we asume there is a "trunk"
> in your repository.
Correct. The repository URL entered in Eclipse is svn://servername/pppl05.
I can expand it in the SVN Repository Exploring perspective and see
a folder named 'trunk' under it, which contains the files I want.
> --- Perhaps you should first delete the project "trunk" in your
Done - starting clean, just me, plugins and the workspace eager
to hold a Subversioned project.
> >> - use the "checkout as project" on the remote folder
> > Done.
> Check it out again.
> >> - now the project is there but without svn-link
> > Well, not quite: it is there, and SVN knows about the project
> > (the Subversion tab appears in Project Properties), yet all
> > checked out files have "Status: unversioned".
> "trunk " is displayed?
> >> - change to cmdline and cd to your workspace
> > Done.
> >> - > svn co http://server/svn/repos1/test-dir
> > Error message:
> > svn: 'test-dir' is already a working copy for a different URL
> > (Okay, it's not 'test-dir' but 'trunk' in my case, but you get
> > the idea...)
> This is what happens if you use the same uri like in Eclipse?
> >> - change to eclipse an do refresh
> > Done.
Still no luck.
> > I also tried checking out with JavaSVN, then moving the local
> > project folder away, checking out with the command-line svn client,
> > copying the original .project file from the moved folder and
> > refreshing. That did not help either: the files still appear
> > as "unversioned".
> Something like this should help (I think, don't know).
> > Maybe my Subversion is too old?
> > Using "svn, version 1.1.3 (r12730)" here.
> So I'm using 1.08 :)
> Perhaps Alexander can help, he is developing JavaSVN.
I hope so. :-)
I can debug the plugin code and send some output if he can tell
me where to set breakpoints.
Best regards -
Received on Tue Apr 12 22:40:56 2005