On 1/22/07, Mark PK <email@example.com> wrote:
> 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?
A lot of times people will do the File -> Import -> Existing Projects option
and that works well. Basically, Eclipse has to fire some kind of event for
us to know anything has happened. If you opened a pre-existing workspace
(including the metadata) then typically all of the Team associations would
already be there. If they were not, then in that scenario, Eclipse would
not do anything that would allow us to add them automatically. But Team ->
Share should work.
Received on Tue Jan 23 21:41:25 2007