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VisualSVN server in Eclipse Galileo

Guy Emerson
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Joined: Dec 14, 2010
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How to integrate the VisualSVN server in Eclipse Galileo IDE.

I only installed VisualSVN on my computer and created a repository myrepository in that .
I created two users 1.brendon.woodford (read/write access)2 brendon(no access)

I now want to access this repository from the Eclipse Galileo IDE
I have installed the SVN Plugin from
Name: Subclipse 1.6.x (Eclipse 3.2+)
URL: http://subclipse.tigris.org/update_1.6.x
From the window->OpenPerspective->svn repository exploring->Add SVN Repository->url->
https://homepc/svn/myrepository->finish->; username-> password->

I get a folder called https://homepc/svn/myrepository with nothing inside
Is this folder expected to remain empty. As far as I know there should be more folders like
Store CSVS,DeveloperBranches, releases,Trunk etc should also be there.

And again if I want to create another repository for another user brendon then it is not asking for username and password and getting created in the name of brendon.woodford

Please explain
Peter Johnson
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I get a folder called https://homepc/svn/myrepository with nothing inside
Is this folder expected to remain empty. As far as I know there should be more folders like
Store CSVS,DeveloperBranches, releases,Trunk etc should also be there.

Have you already uploaded those items into Subversion? Your post mentions only that you created the repository, not that you uploaded any files into it. (By the way, copying files to the repository directory does not count! In fact, you should never do anything directly to the repository directory - don't add, don't delete, don't change. All updated must be done via the Subversion commands.)

And again if I want to create another repository for another user brendon then it is not asking for username and password and getting created in the name of brendon.woodford

As far as I know, Subversion stores your login information the first time you provide it so that you don;t have to keep on entering it. If you want to use another userid, then you will have to access the repository from another PC.

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