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Correct way to create a TCL project tied to SVN with correct structure [message #1729771] Mon, 18 April 2016 19:33 Go to next message
Frank Gover is currently offline Frank GoverFriend
Messages: 3
Registered: April 2016
Junior Member
Hi,

I have setup an Ubuntu Apache server with websvn and DADVsvn.
It seems to be working fine. I can check-out, check-in etc.

the repository directories have the user and group of www-data and access of 755.

Now I am working in Eclipse with SVn and TCL. I have installed the Subversive plugin and the TCL DLTK.

I want to create a TCl project with the right structure using only Eclipse.
Can this be done and what are the right steps?

1) I am trying to create a new repository.
- Select SVN Repository Exploring perspective. Right click and select New~>Repository. The window seems to expect a UNIX path versus the http://localhost/svn/<rep_name> path.
- If I use the UNIX path it gives me UNIX access problems

2) I can create the repository from UNIX
sudo svnadmin create /var/www/html/svn_repos/<repository_name>
sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/html/svn_repos/<repository_name>

3) Then in Eclipse I try to setup the right repository structure (trunk, branches, tags) using Right click ~> New ~> Project Structure and I end up with something like:
repo_name/project/trunk
repo_name/project/branches
repo_name/project/tags

when in reality I just wanted:
repo_name/trunk
repo_name/branches
repo_name/tags

4) To create the TCL project I went to the TCL perspective
Right_click~>New~>TCL Project
It asks for Project name and path in Workspace
then I tried: right click~> Team ~> Share Project. Select repository above but I do not see the trunk, branches, tags structure.

It seems to me that I may be overly complicating this. Smile

Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

Note: When I did the new project ~> From SVN. I believe this is tailored to a Java project and not a TCL project.

Re: Correct way to create a TCL project tied to SVN with correct structure [message #1736121 is a reply to message #1729771] Sun, 26 June 2016 19:54 Go to previous message
Alexander Gurov is currently offline Alexander GurovFriend
Messages: 148
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
There is a page that documents the Share Project wizard:
https://eclipse.org/subversive/documentation/teamSupport/sharing_wiz.php
As you can see on the third screen shot, there is a switch to choose between the project layouts, it gives you options:
- as it is for the selected repository loaction
- single project layout
- multiple project layout
So, you may chose the desired mode using the switches provided (and checking the URL sample below) or you can just share it to the target URL in "Simple Mode"
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