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Re: [Subclipse-users] Svn as a sub-part of my eclipse project

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 14 Jul 2008 09:24:30 -0400

2008/7/14 Igor Rosenberg <igor.rosenberg_at_atosresearch.eu>:

> I'm only using svn on one subdirectory of my project (src/) [because I use a different
> directory structure than the original complete project on the whole svn] . When opening the
> project in eclipse, which uses subclipse fine in other projects, the src/ directory does not
> appear as version controlled. Is it possible to have the "Team" functionalities only on a
> sub-part of a project?

Unfortunately, there is no way to do this. Subclipse requires that
the entire project be connected to Subversion.

Depending on your needs, one possible solution would be to create a
local file:// repository. Store your Eclipse project in that
repository, and use the svn:externals property feature to have the
"src" folder come from the other repository. Then, with the exception
of that one folder, the rest of your project is just versioned

Mark Phippard
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