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Re: How to add stuff to a wc that isn't managed

From: Magnus Naeslund(t) <mag_at_fbab.net>
Date: 2005-03-15 18:16:23 CET

Mark Phippard wrote:
>
> 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
> workspace.
>

This is related to "Creating projects within svn tree feature" mail I
sent earlier.
Say for example I have a bunch of eclipse projects within a directory:

/tmp/merri/Project1
/tmp/merri/Project2
/tmp/merri/Project3

/tmp/merri is the directory checked out from the server, the projects
aren't checked out one by one as it's "normally" done.
If I want to create /tmp/merri/Project4 now, I would like it added to
/tmp/merri, just like if I stood in /tmp/merri and issued "svn add
Project4".
The way it works today, I would have to "team share" Project4 and
remember the URL and everything to get it to svn://server/merri/Project4.

If I manage to make it happen my way, the project is simply "svn added"
to /tmp/merri and then enable sharing the "soft" way, inheriting
everything from the parent dir.

I know I suck at explaining stuff :)

There might be faults in my reasoning that I've missed, ofcourse, I'm
mostly playing around to see what I can do to make subclipse act more
like the ClearCase plugin (at the users choice ofcourse!).

Regards,
Magnus
Received on Wed Mar 16 04:16:23 2005

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