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Re: [Subclipse-users] Connecting an existing project

From: Chris Beck <subclipse-users_at_pacanukeha.net>
Date: 2006-11-03 01:05:53 CET

They say Allen_Irwin@agd.nsw.gov.au, on or about 02.Nov.2006 18:53, whispered:
> Hello,
> I have an existing project in Eclipse (version 3.2.1) that I've checked
> out with TortoiseSVN (version 1.4.0) and Subversion (version 1.4). The
> only thing different about this project is that the Working Copy/source
> code is in one location and the Eclipse workspace is in another. I
> tried to get Subclipse (version 1.0.3) to acknowledge that this project
> contained a valid Working Copy using the method described in your
> Connect an Existing Project with SVN help page. However subclipse
> doesn't seem to recognize this as a Working Copy and tries to put them
> in the repository instead.
> If I right click my project and select properties in Eclipse I see the
> "Location:" as specifying a directory where a .svn folder exists (the
> top of my Working Copy). Shouldn't this be enough? My .project, etc
> files are also in this Eclipse Location.
> Any ideas?

1.0.3 doesn't understand SVN 1.4 working copies. You can:

        - upgrade to Eclipse 3.2 + 1.1.8
        - wait about a week until a 1.0.x version with SVN1.4 support is released.
        - check it out in your eclipse workspace and then merge the changes into your
workspace copy.


Christopher Beck  -  http://pacanukeha.wordpress.com
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