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Re: Team->Share Project does not create trunk

From: Bradley Wagner <bradley.wagner_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-08-25 23:49:53 CEST

> You have to create the "projectName" folder first. You can do so
> from the
> Repository explorer. Then when you share, you specify "projectName/
> trunk"
> and we will create "trunk".

> http://subclipse.tigris.org/svn/subclipse/trunk/subclipse/ui/html/
> gettingstarted/importing.html

Got that to work thanks. However, when I checkout the project from
another computer, and I check out projname/trunk to eclipse as a
project called projname, I get some strange behavior. When I
synchronize with the repository, it tries to tell me that projname is
a new folder and wants to add it to the repository. I think this is
because there is no folder called "projname" inside of "projname/
trunk". Also, when I modify a file and do a team synchronize, it
tells me that all the files are new. I compare them to the repository
and it's like those files don't exist. Should I name the project
trunk instead?

Received on Fri Aug 26 07:49:53 2005

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