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Re: [Subclipse-users] How to make Subclipse aware that a project is SVN managed?

From: <johann.petrak_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-19 19:39:39 CEST

On 6/19/06, Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> wrote:
> johann.petrak@gmail.com wrote on 06/19/2006 10:04:06 AM:
> > Hmm, unfortunately, Subclipse does not present me with this screen and
> > therefore obviously does not
> > recognize the existing svn configuration (I have checked with "svn -u -v
> > status" in the same directory
> > and everything seems to be ok though).
> > My Subclipse is version 0.9.108 installed under Eclipse 3.1.0 (Linux).
> > My Subversion version is 1.3.1 (r19032).
> > No updates are available in the software manager in Eclipse.
> The project folder itself has to have a ".svn" folder in it.
> You should be running Subclipse 1.0.3. Eclipse update manager will not
> present you with an upgrade of the major version number, so you have to go
> through the first time install process again to get it.
> There are not any changes in this area, so I am not saying Subclipse 1.0.3
> is going to magically resolve this for you.

Thank you for your help!

Part of the problem seemed to be that I created the project with the "from
existing Ant buildfile"
option - with this, I cannot specify to create the project folder directly
in the existing tree - instead
a directory in my Eclipse workspace directory is created.

When I instead create the project with "Java Project" -> "from existing
source" instead, the
directory immediately shows the tree es Subversion managed.
Only thing to remember is to do "Team" -> configure branches/tags (at least
if not using
the default convention, as in my case).

Everything seems to work fine now!
Received on Mon Jun 19 19:39:55 2006

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