At 08:23 PM 8/19/2005, you wrote:
>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.
I had, and as I recall it led me down a path that sounded like it was going
to import all my files into the repository and then take me to a
perspective where I could commit them, which didn't sound like what I
wanted. However I just tried it again, and here might be a clue:
- When I select Team->Share Project from the root of my Eclipse project I
first get a "Share Project" panel that asks me to select between a
repository type of CVS and SVN
- When I select SVN I get a "Problem Occurred" popup that says "Not
implemented yet". The Details also say "Not implemented yet".
- Oddly enough when I hit OK to make that popup go away I can continue on
the original "Share Project" panel and the next panel is where I get the
message that start "This wizard will help you to share your files with the
SVN repository for the first time...", which doesn't sound like what I want.
>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.
It's a very nice feature. I actually installed the Subclipse plugin a
while (weeks?) ago, figuring I'd get around to learning it
eventually. I've been working mostly on the Linux box and just a couple of
days ago had to do something on Windows and noticed the annotations and
realized it was all just there and working over on Windows, and that I
could easily see what had changed in the repository, etc. Now, of course,
I'd like it on the Linux box also!
Does the "Not implemented yet" popup give you any ideas where the problem
Thanks for your help,
Received on Sat Aug 20 10:59:50 2005