Neither, the command-line client, nor TortoiseSVN "use" the recommended
layout either. They both just give you the raw tools to do what you deem
approriate. Subclipse is the same. If you want to use the recommended
layout from Subclipse, just use the SVN Repository Explorer to create the
remote Project folder as well as the subfolders, and then when you do Team
-> Share Project specify the URL to the trunk folder.
"Demyanovich, Craig - Apogent" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on
08/16/2004 03:12:17 PM:
> Greetings everyone,
> Most of my work with Subversion thus far has been with the command-line
> client or TortoiseSVN on Windows. I've adhered to the project structure
> (trunk, branches and tags folders) recommended in the Subersion book
> When issuing the Team -> Share Project command using subclipse, this
> is not used. Why not? My hunch is that you don't want to impose a
> on users. Will there be an option in future versions to indicate that I
> want to use this recommended layout for my new projects when sharing
> via subclipse?
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