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[Subclipse-users] [RESOLVED] Problem with Eclipse PDT

From: Aurélien Vairet <avairet_at_groupeafg.com>
Date: 2007-11-14 14:58:39 CET

I've resolved the problem with code completion!
In my SVN repository, there was a file called ".project" (an error of my
collegues), so when I checked out, Subclipse did never ask me what kind of
project I want to create! I've deleted it and now all work fine!

Thank's to Hannes and Nagy for their answers which have enlighten me about
the ways to explore!

The steps:
1. create and connect to a SVN Repository via the SVN Repository Exploring
2. right-click on the repository, choose "Checkout"
3. check the first radio button "check out as a project configured using the
New Project Wizard" and click "Finish" button.
4. in the wizard select window, choose "PHP>PHP project" and then click
"Next" button
5. select where you want to store the project and name it (for me, the
location is not the default workspace, so I uncheck the radio button and
select the directory in my file system)
6. click next to add includes (library or projects) OR click finish if you
don't want to add includes.
7. return to your PHP perspective where a new project is now available on
the left panel
8. edit or create a file : all Eclipse PDT plugin utilities are available!

The only little problem is that's impossible to store the Eclipse specific
files and directories (.project, .settings, .cache) in the default workspace
and store the PHP Project for example in the Document Root of webserver.
Actually, I have an Eclipse core directory, an Eclipse workspace directory
and many directories for my applications (in web server document root or
elsewhere) and I don't like mixing Eclipse specific elements within my
application's folders, because this can lead to confusions. For example when
updating websites by ftp, it's easy to upload the Eclipse elements in the
distant tree.

Long life to Subclipse's project and team!

Aurélien Vairet

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Received on Wed Nov 14 14:59:34 2007

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