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Re: [Subclipse-users] Eclipse and svn project /trunk & bad documentaion?

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-05-10 20:11:03 CEST

Greg Brown <gsbrown@umich.edu> wrote on 05/10/2006 02:04:11 PM:

> The documentation which comes with to 1.01 subclipse plugin seems
> wrong. I tried to import my project following the instructions "
> Import a new Project into a SVN Repository " which came with the
> plugin. I follow along until the step which is shown below: ( Enter
> Folder Name, for sharing the project.) I never see that dialog box!
> It skips ovrer it. It just asks for a password and then commits the
> whole project, I never get to add a /trunk directory.

The Importing a project section talks about taking a project already in
your Eclipse workspace and adding it to the repository by using the Team
-> Share Project method. It sounds to me like you were in the SVN
Repositories view and right-clicked and took the Import option.

That option is documented in the help here:


Which is linked from the help for the SVN Repository view:


When using this technique, you would create the trunk folder first, and
then select it and choose Import to import into it.

Normally, you would use the Team -> Share Project option as that adds the
content to the repository and also turns the project into a working copy
so it does not have to be checked out again.


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