|Re: Problems maintaining directory structure in a new project [message #759701 is a reply to message #759687]
||Tue, 29 November 2011 16:58
| Russell Bateman
Registered: July 2009
Location: Provo, Utah, USA
On 29-Nov-11 08:44, Amanda wrote:|
> I'm working with someone else on a collaborative project (using git),
> and I've pulled the most recent version from the repository. I'm now
> trying to figure out how to make Eclipse work using the current
> directory structure and am having a few problems. The way the code is
> set up now, there is a directory called PAD which contains .git and a
> 'code' which has two sub-directories: src and test. Whenever I create a
> new Java project, though, it automatically creates a new, separate
> directory, which is not what I want. Is there any way for me to
> view/edit/run this pre-existing code within Eclipse without changing the
> directory structure?
Like you, I'm also not using eGit.
Based on what you've said, I'm not totally certain where your problem
lies, but I can offer this exhaustive treatment of a Git lifecycle
including Eclipse. I think you'll find your answer by reading a bit of
the first of it.
Hope this helps. Sorry I don't have the time to be more specific.
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