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Re: Problem with "Use specified module name:"

From: Meme Bag <memebag_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-04-04 21:34:43 CEST

I see that, but I don't want my Eclipse project to be a "valid working copy". I want it to contain multiple "valid working copies".
 
(The SourceSafe plug-in we use with Eclipse currently supports this behavior. After an Eclipse project has been shared with SourceSafe, each directory inside that project can be bound to any point in the SourceSafe hierarchy.)

Mark Phippard <MarkP@softlanding.com> wrote:
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.

Mark

                
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Received on Tue Apr 5 05:34:43 2005

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