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Re: Re: Problem importing a project

From: Jeffrey Kesselman <jeffpk_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-09 02:47:34 CEST

I did all the restrucuring by hand, comitted it all back, and then
used subclispe to check it out to a fresh location (my project)

Basically I have my repos. Under repose I knwo have trunk. Under trun
kI have a whole bunch of stuff including scripts, XML config files, a
WWW dir for docs, and my src dir.

All my Java code is beneath src.

Is link why its not doing add/delete for me?

On 8/8/05, Mark Phippard <MarkP@softlanding.com> wrote:
> > I needed to use the "link" option. Oddly named, at least to a Unix gek.
> I think that is using Linked Resources. The problem with those is that
> they cannot be managed by Subclipse.
> Did you re-checkout or re-import the project after all of the
> restructuring? I do not understand what the before and after structure
> looked like.
> Mark
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