To give you guys some background on this, I recently started using eclipse,
and then a little while after that (because I have a number of locations
that I like to do things from), subversion.
I saw that subclipse would let me import things from subversion directly
into eclipse, and so decided to use it.
As of now, I have a number (probably around 200; I don't plan to use them
all though) of folders each containing a small project, checked into
subversion (I used TortoiseSVN and it worked fine). I installed subclipse,
went into the repository view, selected a folder containing a project (a
simple one, with 4 source files in a single folder), and checked it out as a
new project, in the default environment.
And that is where I had a problem. I wanted to run it... and it wouldn't.
So I went to make a configuration for running it, made a new one, and hit
"Browse.." for the project. The only one that was there was the earlier
project that I had forgotten to close. I put in the name of the project and
main class manually-- and it wouldn't run. It said that the launch
configuration referenced a non-existent project.
The project is listed on the left in the editor, and I can select, edit, and
upload files from it.. but I can't do a number of things, including editing
the Build Path, doing anything in the "source" submenu, and any of the
Also, the files don't show up under "default package" like the normally
Now, I also tried sharing a similar project to the repository. That one
worked fine, and I still had all of the options that I normally have.
I looked for a few hours online to try to find out what was wrong, but
couldn't find anything. All the tutorials end with creating the project...
which isn't far enough.
I have to think that there is some sort of simple option that I am missing
here, but I don't know what it might be.
Thanks for your help,
Received on Sat Aug 4 07:25:54 2007