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Re: Team->Share Project does not create trunk

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-08-23 16:56:22 CEST

Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner@gmail.com> wrote on 08/23/2005 10:51:20 AM:

> First off, really enjoying Subclipse and SVN. Thanks for all your hard
work on
> this ya'll.
>
> I've read a bit of the subversion manual and noticed the suggested
repository
> structure with the project directory and three subdirs for trunk, tags,
branches.
> I'm wondering if there's a way to enforce this standard when attempting
to add
> a project to the repository with Subclipse and the Team->Shared
Project...
> command. The wizard didn't give me any options with regards to creating
these
> three subdirectories. I tried sharing the project to a module by the
name of
> "projectName/trunk" but that caused an error in the wizard. Do I need to

> create this hierarchy from the command line if I want it?

You have to create the "projectName" folder first. You can do so from the
Repository explorer. Then when you share, you specify "projectName/trunk"
and we will create "trunk".

The help for the next release is better in this area. The UI also now
provides access to the repository explorer so that you can create the
folder easier. The release should be out later this week.

Here is the help in the repos (showing the new UI). Login as guest/guest.

http://subclipse.tigris.org/svn/subclipse/trunk/subclipse/ui/html/gettingstarted/importing.html

Mark

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