On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 07:43, Rohit.K
> I just started using Tortoise. After few days of tweaking with Aptana Studio
> and Tortoise, I am finally able to integrate Tortoise with Aptana Studio.
How so? Aptana Studio is built on the Eclipse platform, so you should
be using Subclipse within Aptana.
> Tortoise is a wonderful product [@Stefan. :)] and I am enjoying using it
> with Aptana Studio, which again is a wonderful product.
> I want to know about few options:
> (1) While I am working on one machine and the repository lies there itself,
> what is the use of "Synchronize with Repository" option? Please let me know
> the page numbers of the Tortoise documentation where I can learn more about
Working copies never automatically sync with the repository. If you
aren't storing anything in a repository, then you aren't using
Subversion (or TSVN). Subversion is a client/server system, even when
the server is also the client.
> (2) While I am accessing my repository from Aptana, do I need any other way
> to check-out my project folder? I guess, when my project lying in Aptana
> Workspace has been integrated with Tortoise, Aptana automatically checks-out
> my project?
See above. You should be able to do everything within Aptana without
using Tortoise at all.
> But, I am using the same folder as the working folder. The documentation
> says that when the folder is right-clicked and the Check-out option is
> selected, Tortoise creates a working copy in an empty folder. But this is
> not what I am experiencing while working with Aptana.
Are you using TortoiseSVN to create a local repository, and then
accessing it from within Aptana using its Subclipse plugin? If so, you
aren't actually using TortoiseSVN for anything but creating the
initial repository. Which is the lone Subversion "server" function
built into TortoiseSVN.
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Received on 2009-10-25 13:13:11 CET