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RE: Re: [Subclipse-users] Subclipse 1.8.3 issue with working copy of repository subfolder

From: Dan G. Switzer, II <dswitzer_at_pengoworks.com>
Date: Mon, 28 Nov 2011 14:51:46 -0800 (PST)


When I used the word "import", I was talking about the "Import" Wizard in Eclipse. The wizard allows you to checkout a folder from a repository into a new project.

When I check out /Root/branch/B into a new project, the initial checkout works fine. The project looks ok and the root folder in the working copy is the only one with the SVN metadata.

The problem is as soon as I go to use any Team functions, it starts acting like the working copy is corrupted or that nothing is committed. It adds like nothing is in the repository.

However, if I look at the same project folder in TortoiseSVN, everything works as expected.

I'm seeing the same behavior with multiple repositories that are all on 1.7.1.

The only way I can get Subclipse to work for me is to check out a repository at it's root level and then just import the branch I want as a project.


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