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Converting a CVS Module into an Eclipse Java Project

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by , 02-11-2012 at 06:44 PM (1469 Views)
Follow these steps to convert a CVS module into an Eclipse Java Project.

• Checkout your CVS module.
• Launch your Eclipse
• Select “New Project” -> “Java Project”
• Enter the project name
• Uncheck “Use Default” check box and select your CVS module directory
• Click “Finish”
• After completing above process, Eclipse will create “.project” and ”.classpath” files in your CVS module directory
• Configure your “Java Build” path for your Java Project.
• Select your project, right click and choose “Team->Share Project”
• Enter required information and inform Eclipse that you want to use existing CVS.
• Finally synchronize your project

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