RE: Few problems I have seen on Subclipse 0.9.30 on a Windows box
> > 1) Creating a new project using the 'New Project Wizard'
> > Description:
> > SVN option doesn't appear in the 'New Project Wizard'
> > from 'File' or the new project icon. One has to open the Subversion
> > and click on 'Add SVN Repository' in order to checkout a repository.
> > Steps to reproduce:
> > 1) Open Eclipse and right click on 'File'
> > 2) From the popup window you should have an SVN option
> > 3) Click on 'Ctrl + N' you should have an SVN option
> I do not understand why we should even do this. It certainly isn't a
> "problem". The New Project Wizard should be for creating Eclipse
> projects, not any random data element in a view.
I think what Guy was referring to is that when you select File > New >
Project, you see a number of options and one of them is CVS but no SVN;
for parity with the CVS plugin it would make sense to add an SVN option
as well. Selecting the SVN option would do the following:
 Repository location information would be gathered (i.e. same as 'New
Repository Location' in the SVN Repository view)
 After the repository location is defined the "Checkout As ..."
wizard would be invoked.
This feature would make it easier to migrate CVS users to SVN/subclipse.
Received on Fri May 20 03:42:46 2005
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