Karen Tracey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 08/19/2005 04:16:41 PM:
> I have two machines, one Windows and the other Linux, where I recently
> added Subclipse 0.9.32 to my Eclipse 3.1.0 installations. In both cases
> Eclipse project contains a working copy from my Subversion repository; I
> had been using the svn command-line tools to commit/update/etc. On the
> Windows machine, Subclipse automagically realized my project was from a
> Subversion repository and started annotating the package explorer with
> repository location, version information, plus it added the Team menu
> to synchronize, commit, update, etc. This hasn't happened on the Linux
> machine and I'm wondering why not?
> I can manually add the repository on Linux in the SVN Repository
> perspective and see all the files in there, so Subclipse seems to be
> working, but it doesn't seem to have noticed the .svn directories in my
> project tree that would tell it how to tie my existing project files to
> repository. Any ideas why not? I can't recall doing anything on the
> Windows box to make this happen. (I have tried "Refresh"ing the project
> the Linux box, but that doesn't do it.)
Have you tried Team -> Share Project yet? It should recognize the .svn
folders and offer to reconnect. However, the root of the project has to
have the .svn folders, that is all that is checked.
It was only with Eclipse 3.1 that we were able to "auto-share" an imported
project. I have never had problems with this feature, but it could be
that it is not foolproof.
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Received on Sat Aug 20 10:23:48 2005