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Problems using EPF with CVS [message #53577] Thu, 11 September 2008 11:47
Kristian Mandrup is currently offline Kristian Mandrup
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Registered: July 2009
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I tried to use EPF with a CVS as described in the "Using Eclipse Process
Framework Composer with a Version Control System" document on the EPF site.

I have the following issues:

When I Share my project in CVS and later check it out on another computer,
I end up with one directory containing the checked out CVS content at
$USER_HOME\EPF\workspace.150\, including all the CVS folders and another
copy of my library at \epf-composer-1.5\epf_practices, withhout the CVS
folders.

If I click on a folder in my Resources view, it references the non-cvs
version of the content at \epf-composer-1.5\epf_practices :(
How do get EPF to point to the CVS content version when I do a CVS check
out?

Is the secret the epf.ini file, with the -data and -defaultlibrary
settings?

Trying this config
-data
@user.home/EPF/workspace.150
-defaultlibrary
@user.home/EPF/workspace.150/myEPFLibrary

Didn't change anything...

The .project file contains

<name>EPF_Practices</name> reflected within EPF, but how do I configure the
projects shown in my resources view?

OK, from the Resources navigator I can create a new project - from CVS,
which checks out the project from CVS and adds it as a EPF project.
I then import a Library from this location. But then I get all kinds of
conflicts... just seems to overwrite my previous library!?
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