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RE: should subclipse auto-recognize subversion checkouts?

From: Roger Talkov <rctalkov_at_appworx.com>
Date: 2005-02-07 20:15:22 CET

I have a working copy that I used to create an eclipse project by linking it
to the project. When I try to share the project it asks me for a module
name. I have made several tries but it doesn not get linked to subversion.
Here are the details:
My repository is at http://subversion/svn
My working copy was checked out from http://subverison/svn/trunk/Java
The top level folder of my eclipse project is linked to Java/src in my
working copy.
What module name should I use ?

Roger Talkov
425-644-2121 x135

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark Phippard [mailto:MarkP@softlanding.com]
Sent: Monday, February 07, 2005 10:28 AM
To: users@subclipse.tigris.org
Subject: Re: should subclipse auto-recognize subversion checkouts?

"Andrew Ferguson" <Andrew.Ferguson@arm.com> wrote on 02/07/2005 01:13:30

> I'm working with Eclipse3.1M4 (which possibly isn't supported?) and
> have some java projects that are subversion repositories. I've installed
> the latest subclipse plug-in today and restarted Eclipse, but the
> project resources (ie lot of .java files) are not being recognized as
> attached to a subversion repository. (I've entered the repository into
> the SVN Repository view).
> I'm pretty sure there was a time when subversion projects were
> automatically recognized as being as such?

No, you have to associate the project with Subclipse. If you do Team ->
Share Project it should recognize that it is already a Subversion project
and then auto-connect it to Subclipse.


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