[Subclipse-users] Need a subversion client that does Share Project like Subclipse does
I use subversion to store files that aren't part of an Eclipse project. I need a standalone subversion client that has the same functionality as the subclipse Share Project command.
I've tried TortoiseSVN, but it suffers from the CVS brain damage that leaves you with a non-working copy after you initially commit your files into subversion. You have to rename the directory you just checked in and do a check out to get the files you just checked in.
This causes a real problem when you the directory structure you just checked in has files in the global-ignores, e.g. an Eclipse project with things like .classpath and .project in the global-ignores. After doing the import / check out dance with TortoiseSVN you have to find and copy all the ignored files from the original directory structure to the one you just checked out.
There are lots of subversion clients out there. Do any of them have functionality like Subclipse Share Project?
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Received on Sat Aug 4 19:00:01 2007
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