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Usability question regarding Sharing Project [message #40414] Sun, 18 January 2009 13:46 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: tina.young.nospam.hotmail.com

Hi,

I have a simple question about the usability of share projects in subversive
(I'm a newbi so please bare with me)

Our projects consists of different layers. So we have structured our
repository
with folders that corresponds to the layers. So our trunk looks like

trunk
|-- Client
| -- Src
| -- Test
|-- Commons
| -- Src
| -- Test
|-- Server
|-- Src
| -- Test

So typically we want to add Eclipse projects the under the directories Src
and Test in respective layer
(e.g. directory)

The only mode where you actually can navigate to these directories is using
'Simple Mode'
(but simple mode does not store the actual project directory so that can not
be used).

So currently we select 'Advanced Mode' and 'Use specified Name' and manully
enter
trunk/Client/Src/<Project name>
We also need to select the radio button 'Use Single Project Layout' and
uncheck the
'Use Subversion recommended layout ......'

Are we doing something too complicated to get this working or is this they
way to do it ?

Regards

T Young
Re: Usability question regarding Sharing Project [message #40474 is a reply to message #40414] Wed, 21 January 2009 11:48 Go to previous message
Igor Burilo is currently offline Igor Burilo
Messages: 435
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hello Tina,

I could advice you here to use Simple Mode.
> The only mode where you actually can navigate to these directories is
> using 'Simple Mode'
> (but simple mode does not store the actual project directory so that can
> not be used).
Url field in Simple Mode points to destination folder in repository and in
this case all your project content (not including project directory)! will
be commited. So you need manually to specify project directory in the end of
Url.
For instance, if you need to share 'foo-project' in
http://repos/trunk/Client/Src you can specify url:
http://repos/trunk/Client/Src/foo-project

> Hi,
>
> I have a simple question about the usability of share projects in
> subversive
> (I'm a newbi so please bare with me)
>
> Our projects consists of different layers. So we have structured our
> repository
> with folders that corresponds to the layers. So our trunk looks like
>
> trunk
> |-- Client
> | -- Src
> | -- Test
> |-- Commons
> | -- Src
> | -- Test
> |-- Server
> |-- Src
> | -- Test
>
> So typically we want to add Eclipse projects the under the directories Src
> and Test in respective layer
> (e.g. directory)
>
> The only mode where you actually can navigate to these directories is
> using 'Simple Mode'
> (but simple mode does not store the actual project directory so that can
> not be used).
>
> So currently we select 'Advanced Mode' and 'Use specified Name' and
> manully enter
> trunk/Client/Src/<Project name>
> We also need to select the radio button 'Use Single Project Layout' and
> uncheck the
> 'Use Subversion recommended layout ......'
>
> Are we doing something too complicated to get this working or is this they
> way to do it ?
>
> Regards
>
> T Young
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