Re: Issue on Checkout As Project
I'm probably responsible for some version of that bug, since Subclipse
is trying to figure out what your project is called (in case it has a
different name from what you expect).
Are you on the 3.0 branch or the 2.1.2 one? I only submitted the patches
against the latter one, you see.
Greg Irvine wrote:
>I've noticed an issue on checking items out as projects.
>Subclipse seems to list -r for a .project file (in the wrong place)
>before checking out the directory, for what reason I don't know (McClain
>My structure is as such:
> SVN REPOS = http://bolek/svn/repos
> Directory Structure =
> -> documents
> -> integration
> -> source
> -> genericplugin
> -> tipp
> -> core
> -> plugins
> -> piMVC
> -> piWindow
> -> piAlarmClock
>If in the SVN Repository View, I right click on piAlarmClock and select
>Check Out As Project, the logs below show that it first does a list of
>http://bolek/svn/repos/piAlarmClock/.project instead of
>effectively cutting out the entire directory tree between the root of
>the repository (http://bolek/svn/repos/) and the directory I've chosen
>Not sure why it does it at all, but it's definitely a bug that it looks
>in the right place.
>list -r HEAD http://bolek/svn/repos/piAlarmClock/.project
>Filesystem has no item
>svn: URL non-existent in that revision.
>list -r HEAD
>checkout -r HEAD
>Checked out revision 1135.
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Received on Thu Jan 29 22:50:16 2004
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