"Magnus Naeslund(t)" <email@example.com> wrote on 03/15/2005 11:24:43 AM:
> /tmp/xxx <- checked out with svn commandline.
> How can i from within the subclipse plugin "svn add" stuff to that
> The /tmp/xxx directory isn't "managed" (isManaged() returns false).
> Could i use the SVNClientAdapter in some way?
> Subclipse needs /tmp/xxx to be managed to be able to add stuff to it,
> can i make it managed in some good way?
> The /tmp/xxx directory isn't visible at all from the workbench...
Subclipse cannot operate on resources that are not in your Eclipse
workspace. You could use svnClientAdapter from your own Java code if you
like, but you cannot use Subclipse unless you add the items to your
If it is not part of Eclipse and you use the command line to check it out,
why wouldn't you just use the command line for the rest of what you want
If you just want a GUI, then any of the other Subversion GUI client could
be used for this, like RapidSVN or eSVN or pySVN etc.
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Received on Wed Mar 16 03:47:47 2005