> We are still in the process of testing subversion to see if we can move from
> Clearcase to Subversion. I had to put this down for a week but now I'm back
> on it. I'm in the testing the checkout, checkin, update, and commit
> processes within Eclipse.
> To put my data into the repository I only did an export from the file system
> into the repository I created.
What do you mean by this?
Then I connected to the repository using
> subclipse. When I connected to the repository I checked out a project and
> then I switched to the J2EE perspective. I made one change to my .java file
> whereby at the top of my java file I tried to insert an import statement:
> import java.util but when I typed the period after typing "import java" I
> got the following error: This compilation unit is not on the build path of
> a Java project
> I did not create a project before switching to the J2EE perspective and
> don't know what I did wrong. Any insight or direction would be greatly
This is not a Subclipse issue. Ask on
This probably means some of the Eclipse configuration files are not set
up correctly. The easiest way to import a project into Subversion is to
first set it up in Eclipse, then choose Team → Share project.
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Received on 2008-11-25 10:55:51 CET