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Re: Debug targets with subeclipse created projects

From: Mark Phippard <MarkP_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2005-04-10 15:31:18 CEST

> I recently downloaded subeclipse and set up a repository location to
> my Subversion repository from Eclipse 3.1. Then using the plugin, I
> created a project from the trunk of my application. The project was
> created and I was able to execute the Ant makefile included with it.
> However, I can't see how to create a debug target for the subversion
> linked project and when I display the project properties, most of the
> normal Java project properties are missing. Could you tell me what I
> am doing incorrectly?

It sounds like you did Checkout As Project and what you checked out did not
already have a .project file in the repository. When you do this,
Subclipse creates an Eclipse Simple Project for you. That means it is
missing the Java nature. What you want to do is Checkout As ... and use
the wizard to create a Java project that Subclipse then checks out into.


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