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Linking subclipse with existing working copy

From: Gillies, Andrew <Andrew.Gillies_at_pharmology.com>
Date: 2005-08-12 11:19:11 CEST

Mark, thanks for the reply. I already have an Eclipse project in my workspace (it's just the source files that
aren't) so the import didn't work. It sounds as though the fact that all my files under subversion's control are
outside of the workspace means that I can't use subclipse, which is a shame.


>You can do what you want to do, just not the way you are doing it. Your
>existing working copy has to be a valid Eclipse project (which essentially
>just means it has a .project file). You can then import the project into
>your workspace using the File -> Import -> Existing Project into Workspace
>option. This does not move/copy anything, it just points Eclipse to it.

>The Eclipse "Linked Resources" feature is something else. Proper support
>for Linked Resources mainly means to ignore them and that is what we do.


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