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RE: Few problems I have seen on Subclipse 0.9.30 on a Windows box

From: Sandor Szego <sszego_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-05-19 22:42:04 CEST

By the way, I forgot to mention that we are willing to contribute to the
development of that feature.

Sandor

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sandor Szego
> Sent: Thursday, May 19, 2005 10:43 AM
> To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
> Cc: Parvez Shah
> Subject: RE: Few problems I have seen on Subclipse 0.9.30 on a Windows
box
>
> Hi,
> > > 1) Creating a new project using the 'New Project Wizard'
> > > Description:
> > > SVN option doesn't appear in the 'New Project Wizard'
> popup
> > window
> > > from 'File' or the new project icon. One has to open the
Subversion
> > repository
> > > 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:
> [1] Repository location information would be gathered (i.e. same as
'New
> Repository Location' in the SVN Repository view)
> [2] 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.
>
> Sandor
>
Received on Fri May 20 06:42:04 2005

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