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[Subclipse-users] Is this possible

From: Michael Tiller <mtiller_at_emmeskay.com>
Date: 2006-03-06 20:02:47 CET

I've been using Subclipse for a while but I'm working on a project now
that includes a use case I haven't dealt with before.

Imagine I've got a project that involves multiple repositories in a
single project? I want to be able to commit and update to two separate
repositories. What I'd like to be able to do is check out from one
repository and put it in a one directory (e.g. srcbase1) and check
something else out from another repository and put it in another
directory (e.g. srcbase2). Ideally, I'd be able to commit and update
from either of them.

This is not such a far fetched use case. Imagine you have Java packages
that are stand-alone (can be used across projects) but you want to have
access to them and potentially enhance them as part of some over-arching

I realize I could have them as separate projects but this seems like an
unnecessary complication to me. It seems like the CVS support allows
this (although I didn't actually try it).

I don't see anything in the documentation about this use case. Comments?


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