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Re: Using Tortoise with Aptana Studio.

From: Andy Levy <andy.levy_at_gmail.com>
Date: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 20:29:05 -0400

On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 10:24, Rohit.K
<passionate_programmer_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
> Andy,
>
> I think I am perfectly using TortoiseSVN. In the Aptana Project Explorer,
> when I open any project and right-click on any file in the tree below, I
> could see Tortoise options. I am successfully able to Commit them. Even
> after closing Aptana, if I use Tortoise RepoBrowser or see history, I could
> see the revisions.

I'm sorry, but you are confused. Within Aptana, you are not using
TortoiseSVN - you are using Subclipse, a Subversion client which plugs
into Aptana. You are *connecting* to a repository which you created
with TortoiseSVN.

>> Date: Sun, 25 Oct 2009 08:13:04 -0400
>> From: andy.levy_at_gmail.com
>> To: users_at_tortoisesvn.tigris.org
>> Subject: Re: Using Tortoise with Aptana Studio.
>>
>> On Sun, Oct 25, 2009 at 07:43, Rohit.K
>> <passionate_programmer_at_hotmail.com> wrote:
>> > 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
>> > it.
>>
>> 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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