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[Subclipse-users] Project source not subject to version control ?

From: François Guillet <francois.guillet_at_wanadoo.fr>
Date: 2006-12-24 13:05:00 CET

Hi all,

Sorry this is a newbie question with presumably a straightforward

I recently switched to Eclipse and imported an existing source code tree
using New project from existing Ant build file. This worked very
nicely : .project, .classpath and the ant buildfile were created in the
workspace and the source code tree remained outside the workspace where
it was before creation of new eclipse project.

I installed subclipse so as to benefit from Sourceforge subversion
facilities. I used the 'Share project' wizard to create the repository.
This worked well... except it only allowed me to use version control the
3 files inside the workspace, namely .project, .classpath and the ant
build file! I looked for ways to add the source folder to version
control, but this option is greyed out in the Team menu.

How can I add the source folder that does not reside in the workspace in
the subversion repository ? Do I have to move the source into the
workspace (and how ?).


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