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Linking subclipse with existing working copy

From: Gillies, Andrew <Andrew.Gillies_at_pharmology.com>
Date: 2005-08-11 12:02:15 CEST

I have an existing working copy of a subversion repository and I've created a project for it in eclipse. I'd now like to use subclipse to interface to svn rather than tortoisesvn, but I can't see how to do this. I don't want to have to create a new project as I'm quite happy with the existing one ! The source directories don't live within the workspace but are linked to. Does this make a difference ? Some postings suggest that it does, others that it doesn't. I'd just like to behave (in this regard at least) as tortoisesvn does: it just sees the .svn directories and it's happy. Is there a tecnical reason why this isn't the case in subclipse as I'd be interested to know ?

I've looked in the FAQ and tried searching the mailing list archives (nothing I try brings back any search results, even "svn") but I can't get a definitive answer for this.

Many thanks,

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