Re: [Subclipse-users] Combinated Usage of SubVersion / Subclipse / TortoiseSVN
On 1/16/07, firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
> Hi Subversion Users and Developpers,
> We are using a SubVersion repository for some of our J2EE projects.
> Ours projects are developped with Eclipse Callisto 3.2.x using Maven 2 and
> Due to Maven 2 specifications, our projects are organised with Parent
> Project and Module. Only modules are availabled under Eclipse. Parent
> projects aer only accessed through Explorer.
> Intialy, we were using Eclipse 3.0 / SubVersion 1.2 and later 1.3 /
> Subclipse 1.0.x / TortoiseSVN 1.3
> Since, we are using Eclispe 3.2.x Callisto, some of our have upgrade their
> environment with Subclipse 1.1.x (future 1.2).
> It appears that Subclipse is able to work with Working area extracted by
> TortoiseSVN. But TortoiseSVN is not more able to acces Working area
> extracted or create by Subclipse.
> The .svn directories issued from Subclipse have :
> - one directory missing : wcprops-
> - the entries file is no more in XML.
> My Questions :
> - Do I have to downgrad Subclipse to 1.0.x ?
> - Does exist a Tortoise release compatible with Subclipse 1.1.x
> - Does exist a procedure to convert ..svn direcories.
> - Is it always possible to combinate the usage of these both SVN clients
The latest version of Subclipse includes Subversion 1.4 If you just install
the TortoiseSVN 1.4 version you will be all set. The stuff you describe is
caused by SVN 1.4.
Received on Tue Jan 16 15:36:13 2007
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