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Re: [Subclipse-users] add existing project

From: Mark Phippard <markp_at_softlanding.com>
Date: 2006-09-04 14:55:09 CEST

jeusdi <cabrejcr@terra.es> wrote on 09/04/2006 07:05:15 AM:

> Hello, I'm developing a web application according to J2EE arquitecture.
So, I
> began it two 2 weeks ago, but I didn't set this project in my
> repository. I would like to do it now. My project have a simple J2EE
> directory structure and I only want set in my repository src and
> directories. I'm new in subversion and I don't know very well how do I
> it? Can you help me, please?
> Note --> I've installed a subversion server and subclipse plugin in
> IDE.

See this section in the help:


At the end of the wizard process it will prompt the commit dialog. I
often will hit Cancel at this point. Then manually do Team -> Add and
Team -> Add to svn:ignore on the various items. Then do Team -> Commit.

In a J2EE project, make sure that the WEB-INF/classes folder does not get
added to the repository. So this means adding the classes folder to the
svn:ignore property of WEB-INF.


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