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[Subclipse-users] unable to apply subclipse to an existing working directory

From: Steve Maring <steve_at_maring.org>
Date: 2006-09-26 18:11:27 CEST

I'd like to apply the subclipse context to an existing svn working
directory. I do not want to have to check it out of the repository again.

I've noted that when using JavaSVN, the "team" --> "share project"
dialog never manages to recognize the presence of any .svn directories
and prompt to just validate the connection of an already configured
project. It always wants to do an import of new content into the
repository. JavaHL does seem to recognize the existance of the .svn
dirs and prompts to "connect project to repository". However, if I
click finish, the dialog does not go away, regardless of whether I
select "validate connection on finish". The only way to get rid of the
dialog is to select cancel, but then I do not have my icon decorations
and the subversion context on my project that I want.

This is Eclipse 3.2 with Subclipse 1.1.6 running on FC4. The installed
Subversion is 1.4.0 with --enable-javahl. The JavaSVN plugin is 1.0.6

Any thoughts on how to get this to work would be appreciated.

Steve Maring
Tampa, FL

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