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Re: Eclipse-SVN-Clearcase integration

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-07-17 21:32:44 CEST

On 7/12/07, Naresh C. Shetty <nachhus@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Ran into issues trying to integrate Eclipse 3.2.1(tried both plugins - Subclipse and Subversive)
> with a local copy already checked out from svn(uses tortoise-svn). The plugins just would not recognise
> the source as svn.Though it seemed to work perfectly ok when the code was checked out via the plugin
> (I dont want this option because the code is checked into the current workspace). I checked online and
> all the docs seem to advise checkout only via the eclipse plugin.
> I need functionality where in the source for an Eclipse java project can be linked to a source location.
> Since we are doing a phased migration a part of the codebase still resides on clearcase, which I access
> via a snapshot view. Is it possible to have say a Javaproject having source folders from different source
> control systems? Anybody with any experiences using multiple source controls for the same project?
> Any thoughts will be appreciated.

Eclipse does not support having multiple team providers mapped to a
single project. You'd have to use something like TortoiseSVN for your
SVN needs if you wanted to do this.

You could use this Subversion ClearCase connector to publish snapshots
into your SVN repository so that you did not need to use both SVN and
ClearCase at the developer desktop.


Mark Phippard
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