On Nov 14, 2007 2:58 PM, AurÃ©lien Vairet <email@example.com> wrote:
> 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!
Well to avoid this, maybe you can add .project .settings and .cache to
The only little problem is that's impossible to store the Eclipse specific
> files and directories (.project, .settings, .cache) in the default
> 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
> updating websites by ftp, it's easy to upload the Eclipse elements in the
> distant tree.
Usually you should use svn export facility to create the testing env. on you
web server. I'm not sure if this copies the Eclipse specific files and
folders or not.
I use Andrei Loskutov's FileSync plug-in to copy just specific directories
from my Eclipse workspace to the Web server (locally). Take a look on it:
And to answer your question in your previous mail I'm not part of the SVN
team, just a simple user of this great tool.
Received on Wed Nov 14 15:20:54 2007