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Re: How to create trunk dir?

From: Alexander Thiel <thiel_at_epoq.de>
Date: 2004-07-23 15:32:08 CEST

Mark Clarke <Mark@ClarkeConsulting.co.za> writes:

> I have read that this is the recommended dir layout on the repository.
> Also should I check in the eclipse specific files like .project
> ,.classpath , .hibernatesynchroniser? I would like the repository to be
> able to be downloaded and compiled by any java ide. I will need to
> create a build.xml of course.

I for one am having problems when I include .project in the subversion
repository: the project name is stored in this file, so when you
create a branch with a different name, you can not check out the
branch under this new name with subclipse.

Checking out with "Check Out As..." will not work either, since
eclipse will generate a new .project that gets in the way of your
repository version.


Received on Fri Jul 23 23:32:08 2004

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