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RE: Why does trying to connect to an existing repository module do nothing?

From: Greg Irvine <greg.irvine_at_thalesatm.com>
Date: 2004-02-02 23:33:38 CET


Is there anything related in your Eclipse log file (<eclipse

> I am not set up to develop Eclipse plug-ins, so I can't easily test
this myself.

Dare I point out that if you're using Eclipse, then you're set up to
develop eclipse plugins. Or am I completely crazy? ;)

> Is anyone able to successfully use the "Synchronize your local project
with the existing remote module" functionality?

Without a hitch (and always have).

Are you "Using the project name as module name" in the screen after
selecting your existing module? If so, have you confirmed there is no
directory of the same name in the directory under which you're trying
to share?

Eg. If your existing module is
http://yourserver.com/svn/repos/source/ and your project is "MyProject",
have you ensured there is not
http://yourserver.com/svn/repos/source/MyProject already existing? I
know it's stating the obvious but .... *shrug* Grasping at straws here
now since I've never had a problem.

- Greg
Received on Tue Feb 3 09:33:38 2004

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