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- 05-29-2011, 02:56 AM #1
Managing my own repo using Subversive
I'm a newbie to managing my own project in SVN. I've installed the Subversive plugin, but I'm not sure what to do next. How do I get my existing Eclipse project into my repo? Should I use the svn cli tool to commit the files, and then check it out again with Subversive?
I've skimmed Version Control the Subversion Way, and I think I understand the general principles involved. I've also tried to read Eclipse Subversive - Documentation, but I'm finding it rather thick. (I think it was written/translated by a non-native speaker of English.)
- 06-08-2011, 08:04 AM #2
I crossposted here: Eclipse Community Forums: Subversive » Getting an Eclipse project into SVN
- 06-08-2011, 09:37 AM #3Moderator
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Have you got am SVN repository?
And is Eclipse pointing to it?
In which case I would have thought it's a case of finding the "import to SVN" choice in the version control.
Looking at that documenation there's an SVN menu, which has an Add to Version Control option, which is what I think you use.
- 06-14-2011, 03:49 AM #4
Thanks, Tolls. It took some poking around, but it ended up being far simpler than I expected. I just right-clicked the project in the package explorer window and chose Team > Share Project. I don't understand some of the options in the advanced tab, but it seems to be working.
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