On Mon, Jun 8, 2009 at 5:03 PM, Emilio
> Please forgive me for asking this here, but it seems these forums are monitored more frequently and I'm at a dead-end.
> I'm just a single php programmer working on a small project for a client. I'd like to use some form of source control with eclipse. I'm using xampp for the development environment on my machine because thats all there is.
> is there a simple way to get subversion or subclipse or whatever working so i can track the changes i'm making to the php file base?
> All the php files are also stored locally on my machine. How would I go about setting this up so I can get this working? I created a new repository but I can't figure out how to add the php sources files to it. I have a workspace and php project going and I have added the source files to this project.
> I accept that this forum is not intended for this type of question and ask for your patience. If you can point me to any tutorials or readmes I would greatly appreciate it.
> I read the documentation in eclipse but they all assume that the repository is setup and working on a server somewhere, in my case, all i have is my machine.
Well you've said you were able to create a repository, so the docs
should apply to you too. You basically use Team > Share Project to
import your code into the repository. This is a two step process.
The Share option links your project root with the repository. You
then follow that with a commit to put all the files into the
repository. This step also gives you a chance to ignore certain files
and folders as well as set svn properties on the files if desired.
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Received on 2009-06-08 23:14:02 CEST