"Tom Thomson" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 08/26/2005 02:25:04 PM:
> Well, now I have new versions running; Subclipse 0.9.33 and Subversion
> 1.2.3. I'm still not able to achieve what I want..... Developer "A" has
> project, "PROJA", shared and using repository, "A". Developer "B" is
> to work on the project also. He creates a local project "PROJA" (same
> and selects >share from the context menu and also chooses repository
> The prior version gave developer "B" the opportunity to synchronize with
> existing project (even though it ended in an error). New version stops
> from doing this with message, "Folder, PROJA, already exists in the
> repository, you must specify a folder name that does not already exist".
The previous behavior was misleading you, there was no code to actually do
what needs to be done and the Subversion API's do not currently lend
themselves to this behavior. So in 0.9.33 I fixed this by correcting the
UI to not give the impression that we were going to do something that we
are not actually doing.
These are the manual steps that you need to do to achieve what you want.
1) Copy project files to a safe location.
2) Delete project in Eclipse
3) Checkout project from repository
4) Copy saved files on top of checkout
Someone is working on a workaround to essentially do these steps for you
in Java code. We also hope that Subversion is going to enhance it's
checkout command in 1.3 to support checking out into an existing
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Received on Sat Aug 27 04:30:21 2005