Meme Bag <email@example.com> wrote on 04/04/2005 03:05:37 PM:
> I can create 3 directories on my local file system and fetch a different
> Subversion directory into each one. If I use ant and Subversion without
> Eclipse then everything's fine. It's only when I try to integrate
> and Eclipse via Subclipse that Subclipse expects an entire Eclipse
> bind to a single location in Subversion. It doesn't provide a way to
> multiple directories within an Eclipse project to multiple locations in
> Subversion. From where I sit it looks like Subclipse is imposing this
> restriction, not Subversion.
> Perhaps I'm missing something obvious. What could be changed in
> fix this problem?
Your file system can obviously do whatever you want. Those 3 directories
could even be 3 different repositories from 3 different servers. When you
are working in Subclipse, your complete project has to be a valid working
copy. The rules of a working copy are governed by Subversion. If you
want to be able to pull in source from multiple locations, the way that
Subversion handles this is with the svn:externals property.
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