On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 7:01 PM, <webpost_at_tigris.org> wrote:
> I'm just getting started with PDT/Eclipse on OSX after using Zend Studio 5.5 with Tortoise on Windows for many years. Everything about this is unfamiliar.
> I have PDT installed and have created a project, installed subclipse 1.6 and Subversion Universal 1.6 in order to get the JavaHL. I have set the client to JavaHL in preferences. I've loaded the repository in the SVN perspective. So far so good.
> I've now updated a file, and can see no method of committing the file to the respository. The screenshots at tigris.org show a fully populated Team menu, but in Repository Persepctive I don't get that. Right clicking on the changed file shows some svn options, but not commit. Right clicking on the open file code shows a Team menu, but none of the svn options show there.
> I'm sure it must be obvious, but I just don't see it.
> In the PHP perspective, I see the Team menu as well, again without svn options.
> What am I missing?
The SVN Repository view is the equivalent of the TortoiseSVN
repository browser. You use the view to browse the repository and
checkout projects. You cannot commit from it.
You need to checkout your project so that is associated with
Subclipse/SVN and then the Team menu will be populated. If you
already have a project checked out, then Team > Share should recognize
it as such and connect it.
Subclipse installs help into Eclipse and the Getting Started section
has info on either checkout out or connecting an existing project.
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Received on 2009-04-26 16:19:59 CEST