Erem Írs <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 03/28/2006 08:17:51 AM:
> These days I try to discover about Subclipse, but I met a problem. I
> will be very glad if someone lends me a hand.
> My system:
> Server: Linux Debian Sarge + Subversion 1.3.0 (FSFS repository and svn
> Client: Windows XP + Eclipse 3.1.1 + EclipseME 1.2.3 + Subclipse 0.9.108
> What I did:
> - I imported all my projects into repository with "svn import". J2ME
> projects using EclipseME and Tomcat projects.
> - I tried to check out one of the J2ME projects. I clicked yes button
> when I was asked to overwrite the existing project.
> Problem is this:
> There is "verified" directory created by EclipseME plugin where verified
> class files and libraries reside.
> After all the files are added in the checkout process, Eclipse builds
> the workspace and meanwhile "delete --force" commands appear in the
> console 'deleting' all the files and folders under "verified" folder.
> After this, Subclipse Team menu acts as if "verified" directory is not
> in version control and there is not any sign on folder icon. TortoiseSVN
> and svn console command tell me that the folders and files are deleted.
> There was a "bin" directory under version control for which later I
> added a svn:ignore property, because it is generated automatically with
> every build. I think this is a similiar problem. Maybe I can ignore
> "verified/classes" path, but I cannot ignore "verified/lib" path because
> there are preverified libraries on which the project depends.
> I hope there is someone who developes EclipseME projects with Subclipse
> without problems and shares it with me.
It sounds like the problem in this FAQ:
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Received on Tue Mar 28 16:33:32 2006