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Re: Ckeckout and repository location

From: Jan Bares <herkule9s_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2005-04-18 17:37:40 CEST

> You should always specify a root URL, but it will not have any impact on
> checkout to my knowledge. Why do you have to specify it? There isn't yet
> a Subversion API to determine it programmatically, and there are instances
> where it is handy to just run a command against the root URL.

OK. I use TSVN and there is no need to supply root URL. But TSVN is not
bound to any IDE, maybe Eclipse plugin needs it.

> How you structure your repository is up to you. There is no real
> significance to the names you use. There is one very small exception. If
> you are doing a commit to a URL with "tags" in the name, we will warn you
> that you might be committing to an incorrect location. We just copied
> this feature from TortoiseSVN.

I am new to Eclipse. Now it seems that project name (the folder name) is
taken from the .project file and not from folder structure in SVN.

Thanks Jan
Received on Tue Apr 19 01:37:40 2005

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