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Re: Deleting files outside Eclipse

From: Martino Piccinato <martino.piccinato_at_nexus.it>
Date: 2005-08-09 12:54:09 CEST

Řyvind Harboe wrote:

>On Tue, 2005-08-09 at 12:07 +0200, Martino Piccinato wrote:
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>>you don't have to tell anything to subclispe: you (you external script)
>>have to tell your subversion repository that the file was removed/added
>>to it. That is to say that you external script should e.g. add a file
>>and then issue a svn add <filename> command to inform subversion
>>repository to take care also of this new file.
>>
>>Subclipse it's just a gui client to subversion and will just use
>>subversion information to know whether a file has been added/removed or
>>anything and to my experience it works fine :-)
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>Is it possible from the Eclipse GUI to tell subversion that the files
>have been deleted?
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I think this feature is lacking (while the "add" command is present). I
cannot be sure because I don't have my eclipse with me noe but at least
I remember that I looked for a the remove command and did not find it.

If you are using windows and like GUIs you can still work directly on
the Eclipse workspace with TortoiseSVN that is a very nice client for
subversion. Otherwise use SmartSVN (never tried) or get back to good old
CLI :-)

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Received on Tue Aug 9 20:54:09 2005

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