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Eclipse SVN Settings

Joe Harry
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Guys,

I have a Maven project which is controlled in a subversion. I have a local copy of the project in my file system. I installed Eclipse Indigo and imported this maven project into my eclipse workspace. I have installed the Subclipse plugin and I'm not sure on how to link this project to the subversion control. When I right click a file in eclipse, I do not find any options under Team. Am I missing something here?


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Joe Harry
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Just figured out how to do this. Right-click on the project, Team > Share Project. The rest is automatic.
Peter Johnson
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Actually, if the project is already in Subversion, what you want to do is File | Import | SVN | Checkout Projects from SVN. Then browse to your project(s) - yes, you can select multiple projects. This way the Eclipse project(s) will automatically be tied to Subversion.


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