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Re: [Subclipse-users] Subeclipse not recognizing project checked out from the command line

From: maxmil <mail_at_alwayssunny.com>
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 02:13:51 -0800 (PST)

Just found the solution.

Needed to go into team > share project > SVN to turn on subclipse management
of the project.... silly me.

maxmil wrote:
> I have subclipse 1.6.5 installed on a Linux box running debian.
> I have JavaHL 1.6.3 installed and from what i can see in
> Window->Preferences the library is being found correctly by subclipse.
> I can open the "SVN Repository Exploring" perspective and browse svn
> repositories without a problem.
> I have a project that was checked out using a command line client and
> imported into eclipse prior to my installing subclipse. The root folder of
> this project contains a svn folder with the usual files (dir-prop-base,
> entries prop-base, props, text-base...)
> However my project is not controlled by subclipse. If i go to properties >
> team i get the option to share the project....
> Is their something in the svn files that subclipse does not understand.

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