No, but I tried in other eclipse/ dir to rename the project on the
filesystem, open it (failed ofcourse), renamed it back, refreshed. Then I
could add it as a svn resource. I guess it's the refresh that helped, but
not sure. What causes (technically) a project to show up as a svn resource?
On 1/22/07, Mark Phippard <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 1/22/07, Mark PK <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Due to messing eclipses and its plugins, I had to reinstall the whole
> > bunch. Now I pointed Eclipse to my workspace, containing 1 project. This
> > project contains a checkout + local changes of repository. Because the
> > command-line tool svn is almost impossible to work with, I want something
> > graphical. Now, I added the svn repository again to subclipse. However, I
> > cannot synchronize because I cannot add the project to the team sync. Is
> > there a way to do this?
> Generally, it should have recognized it all automatically (if the projects
> are a valid working copy). Have you tried doing Team -> Share Project?
> Mark Phippard
Received on Mon Jan 22 15:52:23 2007