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[Subclipse-users] Checking out into a project subdirectory

From: digifork <digifork_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-08-10 04:45:27 CEST


I just started using SVN with Eclipse and I have an issue. I have the
following project in my SVN repository:


I would like to check this project out into Eclipse as a subfolder of
a project called "My Project". The Eclipse workspace would look like

My Project

I like this setup because:

1. The Eclipse specific files (.settings and bin dirs, .classpath and
.project files) are not part of the versioned source tree
2. If the myproj dir was the top level dir, the project would have to
be called "myproj"
3. If the myproj dir was the top level dir, I would have to rename the
output dir in my build path to something other than bin to avoid a
conflict with my own bin dir

I am able to do this with CVS projects. Is there any way to do this
with Subclipse?

Thanks in advance!!!


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