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

From: Péter Nagy <antronin_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-14 15:11:26 CET

On Nov 14, 2007 2:58 PM, Aurélien Vairet <avairet@groupeafg.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
svn:ignore.

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.
>

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:
http://andrei.gmxhome.de/filesync/index.html

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.

-- 
Peter
Received on Wed Nov 14 15:20:54 2007

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