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Re: Ckeckout and repository location

From: Ronald Sacher <sacher_at_manetmail.de>
Date: 2005-04-18 15:31:15 CEST

Hi Jan,

why don't you set the URL to http://somepc/svn/repos/myproject and the
root-URL to http://somepc/svn/repos ?

Ronald

am Montag, 18. April 2005 um 15:26 schrieben Sie:

> Hi,

> there is something strange for me in the Subclipse interface. I have this
> repository layout:

> http://somepc/svn/repos (the root)
> http://somepc/svn/repos/myproject
> http://somepc/svn/repos/myproject/trunk
> http://somepc/svn/repos/myproject/trunk/file1.txt
> http://somepc/svn/repos/myproject/trunk/folder1
> ....

> I set the http://somepc/svn/repos as repository URL location (leaving root
> URL blank). Now when I want to checkout the project, I checkout
> myproject/trunk and Subclipse magically guesses that the project name is
> "myproject". I guess that if I use "body" instead of "trunk", this will not
> work correctly. Comments?

> When I use http://somepc/svn/repos/myproject/trunk as the URL location (as
> was my initial attempt), I cannot checkout file1.txt and to check subfolders
> I have to checkout each of them. In other words, I miss the "Checkout" menu
> item when i right click on the SVN location.

> Jan

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