Magnus Naeslund(w) wrote:
> I can get back with an usage description after the weekend, but in short:
> from an normal PSF file, remove the http:// prefix to make it refer to a
> local filesystem, if it's / it's absolute, if it starts with directory or
> ../ it refers to a project relative to the PSF file's directory.
> Hum. That sound more or less as a full description, so maybe i need not to
> send a better one? :)
I'll give an example how it could look if we had an file in
http://svn.collab.net/repos/subclipse/branches/subclipse-3/core/ that is
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
(Compare this to the already existant subclipse.psf)
Usage on clientside:
1. cd ~/svn
2. svn co http://svn.collab.net/repos/subclipse/branches/subclipse-3
3. In exclipse Import ProjectSet:
And now you have the Subclipse Team control enabled for the external
files and you can change them in both ways, via console or Eclipse.
Tell me if anyone needs more info...
Received on Wed Mar 2 04:52:35 2005